Issue Thirteen
Artist Profile 
2020

Madhu

India

I have just been creating photographs devoid of distinctions. If space, time, and focus were to define a moment I’d want to eliminate the need for such an identity and create a whole that may travel millennia and somehow still mean the same. No identity created, none lost. The stillness of a photograph is arbitrary. If we listen to a sound and instantly give it a picture, we do nothing different from a photograph. But the only reason we are fond of unseen places (in a photograph) than unheard sounds is because we have this inherent need to still the time, to seize a moment, to stop! These photographs and my practice is Indicative of such simple Interactions. A flower with insect, a knife to fruit, ants to a peel, water to the soil, human to a rock. Some very simple recurring interactions. "

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