Project Description

At a meta level, his work is unified by a practice that utilizes pragmatic, ephemeral juxtapositions of the natural/organic/bodily to the constructed/inorganic/mechanistic in order to rupture these very binaries at their point of nexus. And it is precisely this set of shifting binaries that give voice to the polyphonic visual discourse that characterizes Broota’s practice across genre and subject matter.

Broota’s meronymic imagination and flaneuristic gaze is anchored in a fluid array of shifting semaphores in which hierarchies are temporary and each part has its place in wholes that are constantly being reconstituted.

– Maya Kovskaya, “Everything is Part of Itself”: Meronymy, the Flaneuristic Gaze, and the Polyphonic Imagination of Rameshwar Broota.

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  • Untitled 59

    Untitled 59
    21 x 54in, 2011

  • Untitled 60

    Untitled 60
    22 x 33in

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