Varnita works on digital photomontages that take away from the hustle and bustle of daily life. Her recent body of work displayed here was created during the ongoing pandemic, creating collages narrating events that created an impression. This resulted in an incredibly diverse range of topics and themes, at times revealing her most intimate and emotional moments; at other times presenting seemingly banal situations or bizarre everyday experiences. In her collage ‘View From My Window’, she depicts the show window of a mall right opposite to her house, which remains dark and dead now, but was gloriously bustling before the quarantine began. ‘Lines’ is a by - product of her long - term fascination towards architecture and its historic relationship with visual art. Beautiful hand painted ceramic tiles overlapped with a rustic architectural piece layered with a few sculptures, show the harmony between different forms and textures. In ‘The Scrambled Thoughts and The Scrapbook’ an iconic figure of Vincent van Gogh with his famous sunflower as his head, a crumbled paper, a flying man, clothes drying in front of a monumental lighthouse placed on a picture book, can be seen. Her collages reveal a unique perspective on all these little scattered moments that make up our daily mundane human life.
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