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Siva will often draw us into a dreamscape or hypnotise us by a single mesmeric, symbolic object like a mysterious pot or a levitating South Indian ceremonial palanquin. Here the content is decidedly strange: a figure neither faces us or has its back to us. What look like wings arise from the body, these in turn connected by a pipline to the heavens outside of the pictorial space. A similar vein appears to feed the other side of the body implying a cyclic process. Often Siva's work is about the creative process itself. An early work, perhaps this is an example of this.

Untitled I (Wings)

By M. Siva - Chennai 2005 Featured In: CHENNAI EXCITE: New work from South IndiaTRADITION AND DIVERGENCE IN INDIA --- Camden Image GalleryUNUSUAL BODIES SIVA0002 Charcoal on paper Seed Investment Framed
Framed: 25.5 x 32
Unframed: 21.5 x 27.5
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