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Collective Persistance, 2020

Work on paper

Acrylic, Charcoal, Tile, Paper

22 x 36 inches

55.88 x 91.44 cm

Unique Work

This work is stamped

SNEHA KRISHNAN - Collective Persistance

  • This work was made at the beginning of the pandemic. Various motifs in this works define  the different layers of thought. For example, The hand signifying the parallel fear of touch  and craving for touch. The moon depicting the only interaction she had with the world as  

    she was locked in isolation in her apartment with no human interaction. The shapes within  the pyramid, were what she imagined the virus would look like. The plant signifies  regrowth. She calls this piece collective persistence, as though we are all connective in a  collective consciousness where were can communicate with each other and derive  strength.  

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