Curating Environments that produce rhizomatic networks
of knowledge exchange through art and philosophy.
   
 
   
 
 
Always, Forever, Now
15 Oct 2015 -28 Nov 2015
Sajjad Ahmed’s first monographic exhibition in India “Always Forever Now" presents a fine line between 'real' and 'real-looking', holding possibilities of being representative of moments when reality corresponds to the composition of a painting. His work contains paradoxes combined together forming an experience where aesthetics become the content, holding abstraction and representation within the same surface; addressing fullness and emptiness of life. The superfluity of words and images, in the realm of today's world, substantiates the current times as times of "being and nothingness” in which the near perfect images is marred by a plethora of skyscapesstipped to create a break in the image in which representation and abstraction co exist on the same surface.