Image: The Bagri Foundation Commission_ Asim Waqif, वेणु [Venu], 2023. Courtesy of the artist. Photo © Jo Underhill. Image above: The Bagri Foundation Commission_ Asim Waqif, वेणु [Venu], 2023. Courtesy of the artist. Photo © Jo Underhill.
Asim Waqif, who works at the intersection of art, architecture and design, is creating a large-scale artwork with a bamboo frame that will be supported by an industrial metal skeleton, combining two predominant materials associated with buildings from South Asia and London. Visitors will be able to walk inside and view the installation, and play musical instruments made from bamboo, which will be placed in and around the artwork.
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