Re-emphasising the fact that art is relational – both at the level of ideation and material organisation, Dwip Gallery has unveiled its latest exhibition titled, In/out of the stones of our mind. The works of 11 artists are brought forth by Mustafa Zaman. The exhibition was inaugurated recently by artists Monirul Islam, Dhali Al Mamoon and Rokeya Sultana.
Inquiries about eternity into the entire spectrum of time and context, overwhelmed young minds in the 1980-90s. Nineteen years into the new millennium, they still are the most contentious thoughts of the generation. The exhibition does a stellar job at portraying these enquiries.
Borrowing the concept of Finnish architect Juhani Pallasma's concepts, the artists implement the interpretation of materiality into the domain of the visual arts. Manipulated photographs, videos and installations sum up the works of the featuring artists Towfiqur Rahman, Mustafa Zaman, Murshed Jahangir, Manan Morshed, Arju Rahman, Tahia Farhin Haque, Anamika Chowdhury, Farhana Akhter, Farzana Akhtar, Kazi Tahsin Agaz Apurbo, and Ata Mojlish.
The exhibition will run its course till February 29, 2020 every day from 3 pm to 9 pm except Mondays.