Image: Zygote. 2020. Sagarika Sundaram. 3ft x 5 ft (90 x 152cm). Wool. Commissioned by Ace Hotel Brooklyn. Courtesy of the artist.
Sagarika Sundaram’s expanded textile-based practice generates abstract, sculptural, and installation textile tapestries investigating the relationships between architecture, biology, and the psyche. Compressing hand-dyed, natural fibres into dense forms, she reinterprets traditional wool-felt into mutant and psychedelic pieces that engulf the viewer.
Sundaram’s work observes and abstracts natural phenomena to generate a distinctive power and presence...
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