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Jagannath Panda's art is like a melting pot where religious imagery, animals and people negotiate a space for themselves. And, there is a layered conversation that surfaces with the use of interesting materials, especially fabric. In his "Trans Narratives" exhibition he used brocade with paisley motif to symbolise the journey across borders/space. In his exhibition ‘Crystal Cities’ he uses a shiny fabric to portray the fragility of modern cities. “You will always see fabric as a soft and pliable material but in my works, you will see how it has been transformed. Just like a city that can be developed into anything we want it to be, fabric too is malleable in nature and can be moulded into anything. This characteristic was vital to represent it as a fossilized element” he says.

Kathryn Myers interviews Jagannath Panda for Bring Home Stories.

Published: 29th September 2017

 


 

 

 

 

Jagannath Panda

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