Sri Prabha (b. 1969 Hyderabad, India; lives and works in Hollywood, FL) will create a site-specific multi-sensory installation that explores our connection to the natural world by commingling ideas from Vedic philosophy and science.
Abstract patterned digital projections sweep the walls, covering paintings and sculptures to create constantly shifting organic forms. Paired with audio of monks chanting, the overall feel is that of preparing the mind for meditation. Within the mind frame of meditation, visitors will see references to both the smallest and greatest elements of our universe.
Spiraling, pulsing amorphous shapes call to mind the view through a microscope, and twinkling flashes of light are reminiscent of a telescope’s sight. Melded together, they will create a psychedelic environment of saturated colors.
Curated by Kelli Bodle, Associate Curator
Boca Raton FL, 33432
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This exhibition has been made possible by the Museum's Leadership Donors.
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