Sheela Gowda

A Blanket and the sky . 2004


+ gallery ske . Van Abbemuseum

Initially trained as a painter in India and the UK, since the 1990’s Gowda has increasingly developed a sculptural and installation practice, using materials to draw out references to the social and cultural context of India.
Her work is both sensual and unsettling, conjuring some of the darkest aspects of human experience, where poetically invested materials evoke what the artist refers to as “the insidious nature of violence, overt and insidious in our psychic makeup”.
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