Transforming the Corner: Planar Dance 1' (a set of 4 drawings)
In this work I am looking at a corner in a purely geometrical sense: as the point in a construction which falls at the intersection of two or three planes. I have explored the mutation of these corners through a series of drawings conceived in the manner of an animation – a spatial story where in each successive frame (drawing) the corners and the planes vibrate, dance, twist and turn and transform into another form over the progression of the series. In a sense, it is a geometrical metamorphosis of the corner.
`Planar Dance 1' (set of 4)
Pen and Ink on grey coloured Utrecht paper, 250 gsm
11 x 14 inches each (27.9 X 35.6 cm each)
Shalini Arora (born 1973) is an Indian artist who trained as an architect from SPA, Delhi and CEPT, Ahmedabad from where she graduated in 1997. Her research thesis was published by CEPT, Ahmedabad and is in the US Library of Congress. She previously practiced architecture for many years. Since 2011, she has devoted herself to her art practice with a focus on abstract drawing. Her work currently deals with spatial and architectural themes- while her aesthetic language is influenced by Japanese minimalism and Buddhist thought. She held her first solo exhibition of drawings, `Disappearing Staircases’ at Alliance Française, Delhi in January 2015. She lives and works in Delhi, India and can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org. www.facebook.com/shaliniaroraart