Budding photographer Abhishek Sharma’s latest project ‘Regulating Lines’ has the base of collected papers which he believe resemble every architectural
With his camera, Abhishek Sharma aims to interrogate photography’s role of capturing reality. And he does it by juxtaposing images of different cultures, origins and identities. His latest project ‘Regulating Lines’ has the base of collected papers which Abhishek believe resemble every architectural structure around us. At Punjab Kala Bhawan, Sector 16, Chandigarh, Abhishek has put on display his photographic vision and in a conversation with us, he further elaborates on his vision and more. “So, this very project is about overlaying different papers and creating distortions between different patters. In simple words, these photographs the digital and fictional version of a physical document,” explains Abhishek.
Amidst these photographs that narrate the fictional stories of overlaid papers, Abhishek also talks about an application that he himself as designed and programmed. Says Abhishek, “So, I am basically a programmer and this application has the perspective of a coder as well as of a photographer. “So, by using various papers from across the world, I tend to create abstract images. This can be the blend of newspapers to understand various gestures like happiness, violence, prosperity, treaties and the overall scenario of society,” adds Abhishek, who has done a masters in photography from New York.
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