KNMA presents an online workshop using watercolours and audio titled ‘Mark Making through Sight, Sound and Colour’ with artist Devika Sundar

New Delhi : Kiran Nadar Museum of Art will be hosting an intensive online workshop, as a part of the Methods series. The session titled ‘Mark Making through Sight, Sound and Colour: A Workshop using Watercolours and Audio’, will explore mark making using pen and watercolour- while listening, recording and responding to surrounding spaces and sounds. The workshop will enable participants to interpret shifting moods through music and audio while experimenting with freeing, loosening watercolour techniques and exercises.

This session is facilitated by Devika Sundar, an artist, whose practice shifts across different mediums, threading elements of collage, painting, and printmaking with photography, assemblage and installation. Devika is an Inlaks Fine Art Awardee 2020, awarded by the Inlaks Shivdasani foundation and a Prince Claus Fund Seed Award Recipient 2021. Currently she is curating “Bodies. at Sea” – a proposed archives project and exhibition with Studio Slip and NCBS (The National Centre for Biological Sciences, Bangalore).

The workshop is open to all participants who are 18 years and above. The sessions will take place on Zoom.

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