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In his sculptural works, Bhuvanesh Gowda oscillates between the figurative and abstraction in a quest to locate the unknown and the infinite within a material context.
Merging traditional methods with the modern, contemporary concepts with the classic, he seeks to encapsulate a range of philosophical markings – drawn from a reading of spiritual texts, living traditions, and quantum physics.
In his artistic practice, Bhuvanesh adopts a stringent process - of observing, collecting, and transforming material (mostly salvaged wood from dismantled houses) into tangible constructs, imagined structures, and symbolic resonances.
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