I-m-mortality

Paulami Roy Choudhury, Parul Sharma

Immortality is the two way bridge between possibilities and imaginations. Hovering around are the desires coveted as thoughts. We as a team didn’t reign or claim the idea. Rather we as mortals simply reacted to those desires, possibilities and imaginations that are partially ingrained in our psyche due to backgrounds and cultures that we’re coming from and partially due to the desire of liberating ourselves. Like a mirage which is distant but visible. Which is there but no one ever walked enough to reach there. Allow us to present an honest piece that sits in our imaginations and allows the viewer to sink in.

Parul Sharma is a visual artist. She deals with subjects like identity, conscious and subconscious thoughts and psycho-spirituality. She finds her expression in painting, drawing, text and video art. Currently she is studying MA Fine Art at Chelsea College of Art and Design, UAL, London.

Paulami Roy Choudhury is a new media artist. Currently she is a post-graduate student at the Center of Experimental Media Arts at Srishti School of Art, Design and Technology, Bangalore, India.

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Breve

03 June at 05:05AM

Hi! This video stands out of the rest because of the 'rawness' shown in it. Probably thats the hint of humanity that the artists intended. Otherwise in the super real and picture perfect art works we often loose the sense of human-ness.
Kudos to the artists. They have human-rawness to offer to whoever sees it in space.

Thea Baumann

30 June at 01:14AM

Launch

A mirror to the personal and the humble quietnesss of the individual artist, in the face of the infinite expansiveness of the Unknown.

Qin

02 July at 08:34AM

Jettison

Hi! A nice work of both visual and sound. I feel it's bit "dark" , something deep and a bit scary because of the music. The emotion is well delivered from the visual also the background sounds really lead me to a deep and inner world.

David Drexler

22 July at 06:57AM

Launch

Delicate and subtle images and sound.

Brian Ritchie

17 September at 03:38PM

Lovely and meditative

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