Neeta Madahar received her first degree in mathematics before deciding to pursue her passion for visual art. During 2004, Madahar was selected for the Recontres d'Arles Photography Festival, France and exhibits at Purdy Hicks Gallery, London and Howard Yezerski Gallery, Boston. Her work has appeared in group shows in New York, Berlin and Barcelona.
Inspired by Madahar's first film Falling (2005) commissioned by Iniva, Fabrica and Photoworks, the limited edition reflects on the dream-like temporality of nature and memory. Sycamore seeds tumble slowly toward the viewer in a dramatic moment that echoes naturally occuring phenomena yet enables the viewer to immerse themselves in stillness and intimate details. This ordinary scene is exposed in crystalline detail, albeit in an uncanny exaggerated form.
Sky, Seeds, and Me, digital C-print, 2005Edition of 50
42 x 42cm
£200 incl VAT
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