Depicting mind-body dualism through the beauty of a blossoming flower, using unusually different materials. Corrugated cardboard has been put to use and moulded into the shape of the petals of a flower. The inherently stiff cardboard represents the trapped body that wants to break free as the mind at the centre, beautifully portrayed by a dragon fruit, is constantly gnawed at by fear and pain.
- 8 inch X 12 inch / 20.3 cm X 30.48 cm
- 16 inch X 24 inch / 40.4 cm X 60.9 cm
- 24 inch X 36 inch / 40.4 cm X 91.4 cm
Comes in three different sizes in CANVAS
Art print on 400 GSM poly-cotton- mix Hahnemiihle fine art canvas. Signed, numbered, and titled on the back. Colours may slightly vary due to a difference in screen calibration.
There is no return or exchange allowed on this product unless there is any damage or defect to the piece. All replacement requests are to be made within 3 days of receiving the order.
There are no cancellations accepted for this product.
Aastha Manchanda is a visual artist, a photographer based out of Goa, India. Honing her skills at building narratives around still life, she constantly tries to work towards making art with a heartbeat. Tapping into the subconscious, she throws light on the human insecurities and vulnerabilities through the beauty of flowers. Breathing life into inanimate objects, her photographs showcase a utopian world where she resides in her head.
Her work has been featured in international magazines like Vogue Italia, Flanelle, Mob Journal, IMA next, Vulkan & Platform.
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