Thursday, 14 May 2015

Preetika Rajgariah




These are part of a series of works called 'migration' by Preetika Rajgariah I thought they were very abstract, ethereal watery washes on blank landscapes shaped only by the shape of the crowds.
In times where people are drowning in the Mediterranean trying to get to a better life, these pieces devoid of the individual are haunting and interesting. People have always moved searching for food, water sustenance and now these movements in our time of transport, technology and equipment are still as perilous and are getting more restricted than in ancient times.