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Dipayan Lodh

Roorkee, India 0 Followers

About Artist

Every day we are surrounded by and interact with countless objects that are so common that they often go unnoticed. As an artist I am here to portray for the art of teacups dropped on concrete… for the art of dancing ...

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Every day we are surrounded by and interact with countless objects that are so common that they often go unnoticed. As an artist I am here to portray for the art of teacups dropped on concrete… for the art of dancing in rain, raped beds, chairs with their brown bones broken, burning trees, rotten fish, hungry birds…all these untold stories captured in my works. I believe my viewers are part of my works, there is not only one single meaning of my work, it is open for all to interpret. My working medium is pen and ink on paper, acrylic on canvas, mixed media on plyboard. I also do acrylic sheet sculptures. In my vision, I captured my journey as an artist and interpret it in my way. I am not a realist, I choose symbols and distort objects to obtain dramatic feelings. Some of my works depict our society’s dual nature, the hypocrisy of people, my struggle to survive in this cruel world. These works are inspired by my life experiences.

I have done an anamorphic sculpture. It’s like playing with perspective. The way a person perceives reality that can be abstract or meaningless to the other person. That’s why I believe my viewers are part of my work.

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  • About Artist

    Every day we are surrounded by and interact with countless objects that are so common that they often go unnoticed. As an artist I am here to portray for the art of teacups dropped on concrete… for the art of dancing in rain, raped beds, chairs with their brown bones broken, burning trees, rotten fish, hungry birds…all these untold stories captured in my works. I believe my viewers are part of my works, there is not only one single meaning of my work, it is open for all to interpret. My working medium is pen and ink on paper, acrylic on canvas, mixed media on plyboard. I also do acrylic sheet sculptures. In my vision, I captured my journey as an artist and interpret it in my way. I am not a realist, I choose symbols and distort objects to obtain dramatic feelings. Some of my works depict our society’s dual nature, the hypocrisy of people, my struggle to survive in this cruel world. These works are inspired by my life experiences.

    I have done an anamorphic sculpture. It’s like playing with perspective. The way a person perceives reality that can be abstract or meaningless to the other person. That’s why I believe my viewers are part of my work.

  • Award & Recognition

    2020: Best entry for #artforenvironment by Mojarto.
    2016: artist of the month for the Spandan art festival in Delhi.
    2015: One of my works selected as “Artist of the year” at the 4th Delhi International Film Festival.
    2014: national runner-up in poster making contest organized by “ Sahoyog India".

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