Gallery 1 Shanthi Road, Bangalore, India, performative installation, 2016
materials: cotton wool, kumkuma powder, bananas,
clothespins, plastic netting, coconut graters, cardboard plates, sieves, sponges,
Processing:bangalore is a performative installation spread over three consecutive days. The performer manipulated everyday objects found in Bangalore, stacked layers of different systems of order, an ever changing system of disarray in a work in process. The space that viewers encountered in the course of three days never looked the same. Processing:bangalore was a celebration of everyday failure and success, of sense and nonsense, of the never-ending process of life it- self.