Home » Fashion » “Traversing The Noosphere” Artwork Exhibit, Gallery Latitude 28 – Naina.co

“Traversing The Noosphere” Artwork Exhibit, Gallery Latitude 28 – Naina.co

Above : I’m standing in entrance of a portray by artist Gigi Scaria.

This was my first time visiting Bhavna Kakkar’s artwork gallery known as Latitude 28, which is situated on the colloquially known as The Artwork District at Lado Sarai, New Delhi.

ArtBlogger, ArtCollective, ArtCollector, ArtExhibit, ArtExhibition, ArtGallery, ArtGalleryDelhi, ArtGalleryIndia, ArtInfluencer, ArtLovers, ArtPhotographer, Traversing The Noosphere, Noosphere, ContemporaryArt, ContemporaryArtGallery, ContemporaryArtist, DiscoverArt, EyesForArt, EyesForIndianArt, IndianArtGallery, IndianArtist, IndianContemporaryArt, IndianContemporaryArtist, InstaArt, naina redhu, OilOnCanvas, OilPainting, Bhavna Kakkar, Gallery Latitude, Latitude 28, Lado Sarai

Traversing The Noosphere

Diptej Vernekar | Gigi Scaria | Noor Ali Chagani | Niyeti Chadha Kannal

In his guide The Biosphere and The Noosphere, Vladimir Vernadsky elaborated on the Noosphere as a brand new evolutionary stage within the growth of the Biosphere when the human-and-nature interplay could be consciously balanced.

In his projection of the long run he thought of the emergence of the Noosphere as a crucial evolutionary step wanted for preserving and reconstructing the Biosphere within the curiosity of humanity as a single entity. In our time of environmental disaster and deep rooted uncertainty in regards to the future, Vernadsky’s optimistic premise of the Noosphere could appear to be a stark distinction to the zeitgeist of the modern period, the place collective consciousness is peppered with critique on a solely anthropocentric worldview and the environmental hazards of mankind’s exercise.

We stay at a really particular time within the historical past of humanity – a time of creating ecological disaster the place our survival because the human race is threatened by the development of local weather change and depletion of pure sources. The Noosphere, as Vernadksy thought of it, envelops the world as a sphere of thought that has emerged as a consequence of the growing complexity of human consciousness, a pure fruits of organic phenomenon. The existence of the sphere is indeniable, but its nature and consequence for humanity is an exploratory angle of Traversing The Noosphere.

This exhibition calls consideration to views on the unprecedented price of human growth of our instances, our quickly evolving relationship with the world round us and our altering sense of self in relation to the pure world.

Noor Ali Chagani

Noor Ali Chagani creates works, composed of hand-made miniature terracotta bricks to show his distinctive take as a sculptor on the custom of miniature portray. His work revolves across the idea of the absence of dwelling; his quest for a private house that he can name his personal. On a really private degree, Chagani feels that bricks are a symbolic method for him to hook up with the remainder of the world. His brick works additionally show a fascination with the symbolic energy of colossal partitions, which connote silence and power. In distinction, Chagani additionally works with the concept of self-comparison with partitions, as obstructive, stagnant objects.

ArtBlogger, ArtCollective, ArtCollector, ArtExhibit, ArtExhibition, ArtGallery, ArtGalleryDelhi, ArtGalleryIndia, ArtInfluencer, ArtLovers, ArtPhotographer, Traversing The Noosphere, Noosphere, ContemporaryArt, ContemporaryArtGallery, ContemporaryArtist, DiscoverArt, EyesForArt, EyesForIndianArt, IndianArtGallery, IndianArtist, IndianContemporaryArt, IndianContemporaryArtist, InstaArt, naina redhu, OilOnCanvas, OilPainting, Bhavna Kakkar, Gallery Latitude, Latitude 28, Lado Sarai

Gigi Scaria

Gigi Scaria’s collection of works, ‘Consolation Zone’, is harking back to the continual tussle between nature and people to create a contemporary city panorama. There has all the time been a debate on human consolation and the value we pay for that consolation. Cities have been constructed and sustained by the logic of prosperity and a simple life-style. The depletion of pure sources and the environmental disasters drive us to take a look at trendy life and cities by means of a brand new prism. A prism, which is able to straighten lots of our distorted views. Via his portray Scaria creates absurdist environments of the long run, difficult the human psyche and its relationship with trendy progress. He explores the problem of non-belonging and unsettlement in his works.

ArtBlogger, ArtCollective, ArtCollector, ArtExhibit, ArtExhibition, ArtGallery, ArtGalleryDelhi, ArtGalleryIndia, ArtInfluencer, ArtLovers, ArtPhotographer, Traversing The Noosphere, Noosphere, ContemporaryArt, ContemporaryArtGallery, ContemporaryArtist, DiscoverArt, EyesForArt, EyesForIndianArt, IndianArtGallery, IndianArtist, IndianContemporaryArt, IndianContemporaryArtist, InstaArt, naina redhu, OilOnCanvas, OilPainting, Bhavna Kakkar, Gallery Latitude, Latitude 28, Lado Sarai
ArtBlogger, ArtCollective, ArtCollector, ArtExhibit, ArtExhibition, ArtGallery, ArtGalleryDelhi, ArtGalleryIndia, ArtInfluencer, ArtLovers, ArtPhotographer, Traversing The Noosphere, Noosphere, ContemporaryArt, ContemporaryArtGallery, ContemporaryArtist, DiscoverArt, EyesForArt, EyesForIndianArt, IndianArtGallery, IndianArtist, IndianContemporaryArt, IndianContemporaryArtist, InstaArt, naina redhu, OilOnCanvas, OilPainting, Bhavna Kakkar, Gallery Latitude, Latitude 28, Lado Sarai

Niyeti Chadha Kannal

Niyeti Chadha Kannal’s works, in some ways are a direct end result of lens based mostly wanderings into the spectacular labyrinths of rising metropolises like New York, London and Bangalore in addition to renderings on paper of the prospect materialisations of architectural monstrosities encountered by the flaneur on the unholy intersections of disparate supplies, sensibilities and instances. What shines by means of the works of the Bangalore-based artist Niyeti Chadha Kannal is a seek for the elusive and the visionary within the slowly-yet-surely transitioning purlieus of our city landscapes.

ArtBlogger, ArtCollective, ArtCollector, ArtExhibit, ArtExhibition, ArtGallery, ArtGalleryDelhi, ArtGalleryIndia, ArtInfluencer, ArtLovers, ArtPhotographer, Traversing The Noosphere, Noosphere, ContemporaryArt, ContemporaryArtGallery, ContemporaryArtist, DiscoverArt, EyesForArt, EyesForIndianArt, IndianArtGallery, IndianArtist, IndianContemporaryArt, IndianContemporaryArtist, InstaArt, naina redhu, OilOnCanvas, OilPainting, Bhavna Kakkar, Gallery Latitude, Latitude 28, Lado Sarai
ArtBlogger, ArtCollective, ArtCollector, ArtExhibit, ArtExhibition, ArtGallery, ArtGalleryDelhi, ArtGalleryIndia, ArtInfluencer, ArtLovers, ArtPhotographer, Traversing The Noosphere, Noosphere, ContemporaryArt, ContemporaryArtGallery, ContemporaryArtist, DiscoverArt, EyesForArt, EyesForIndianArt, IndianArtGallery, IndianArtist, IndianContemporaryArt, IndianContemporaryArtist, InstaArt, naina redhu, OilOnCanvas, OilPainting, Bhavna Kakkar, Gallery Latitude, Latitude 28, Lado Sarai
ArtBlogger, ArtCollective, ArtCollector, ArtExhibit, ArtExhibition, ArtGallery, ArtGalleryDelhi, ArtGalleryIndia, ArtInfluencer, ArtLovers, ArtPhotographer, Traversing The Noosphere, Noosphere, ContemporaryArt, ContemporaryArtGallery, ContemporaryArtist, DiscoverArt, EyesForArt, EyesForIndianArt, IndianArtGallery, IndianArtist, IndianContemporaryArt, IndianContemporaryArtist, InstaArt, naina redhu, OilOnCanvas, OilPainting, Bhavna Kakkar, Gallery Latitude, Latitude 28, Lado Sarai

Diptej Vernekar

Diptej Vernekar is taken with exploring the connection between objects, his environment, the house and nature which is in a continuing state of flux. His work brings collectively fragments of those disconnected verses, stitching them collectively into visible poems. The present physique of drawings revolves across the weathering of ideas, the place summary reminiscences get collected and translate into obscure species and the way magnificence and its contradiction co-exist, creating an environment of its personal.

ArtBlogger, ArtCollective, ArtCollector, ArtExhibit, ArtExhibition, ArtGallery, ArtGalleryDelhi, ArtGalleryIndia, ArtInfluencer, ArtLovers, ArtPhotographer, Traversing The Noosphere, Noosphere, ContemporaryArt, ContemporaryArtGallery, ContemporaryArtist, DiscoverArt, EyesForArt, EyesForIndianArt, IndianArtGallery, IndianArtist, IndianContemporaryArt, IndianContemporaryArtist, InstaArt, naina redhu, OilOnCanvas, OilPainting, Bhavna Kakkar, Gallery Latitude, Latitude 28, Lado Sarai
ArtBlogger, ArtCollective, ArtCollector, ArtExhibit, ArtExhibition, ArtGallery, ArtGalleryDelhi, ArtGalleryIndia, ArtInfluencer, ArtLovers, ArtPhotographer, Traversing The Noosphere, Noosphere, ContemporaryArt, ContemporaryArtGallery, ContemporaryArtist, DiscoverArt, EyesForArt, EyesForIndianArt, IndianArtGallery, IndianArtist, IndianContemporaryArt, IndianContemporaryArtist, InstaArt, naina redhu, OilOnCanvas, OilPainting, Bhavna Kakkar, Gallery Latitude, Latitude 28, Lado Sarai
ArtBlogger, ArtCollective, ArtCollector, ArtExhibit, ArtExhibition, ArtGallery, ArtGalleryDelhi, ArtGalleryIndia, ArtInfluencer, ArtLovers, ArtPhotographer, Traversing The Noosphere, Noosphere, ContemporaryArt, ContemporaryArtGallery, ContemporaryArtist, DiscoverArt, EyesForArt, EyesForIndianArt, IndianArtGallery, IndianArtist, IndianContemporaryArt, IndianContemporaryArtist, InstaArt, naina redhu, OilOnCanvas, OilPainting, Bhavna Kakkar, Gallery Latitude, Latitude 28, Lado Sarai

The “Traversing The Noosphere” exhibit is on until the final week of August. If you’re driving your self to the placement, it is possible for you to to seek out parking in the direction of the Saket finish of the internal highway and you’ll have to stroll roughly 200 meters at greatest. Carry an umbrella should you’re going now. In the event you’re in a cab / have a driver, they’ll be capable to drop you proper in entrance of the gallery however be ready for some visitors. You may be climbing one flight of stairs to the viewing house.

See earlier Artwork Options and Photograph Tales on the Naina.co Weblog.



Leave a Reply