Using art to decipher the human psychePriyam Pradhan’s ‘The Mind of the Maker’ attempts to dive into our mind’s complex intricacies.
For centuries, philosophers, scientists, academicians, and a whole array of individuals have been putting in efforts to understand the concept of the human mind and consciousness. Despite all that has been invested in its research, not much has been uncovered. If so, perhaps, it is due time we take a break from trying to make sense of it all and just revel in its existence for once—detaching ourselves from what we are and enjoying what we’ve created in the midst of our confusion.
Priyam Pradhan, with his exhibition, ‘The Mind of the Maker’, gives us the tool to do so. Pradhan uses abstract paintings to dive into the complex intricacies of our mind and how an unknown creation goes on to create more on its own.
Pradhan’s exhibition will be held at the Siddhartha Art Gallery from Saturday, and visitors can drop by the gallery between 12 noon and 5:30 pm to view Pradhan’s paintings, which are just as abstract as the mind that made them, filled with layers and layers of meaning that is up to the viewer to decipher—if they choose to do so. The exhibition will run until January 12, 2023.
What: Priyam Pradhan’s The Mind of the Maker
Where: Siddhartha Art Gallery
When: December 17-January 12