Lattitude 28 presents Let the Brain fly by Nandita Kumar

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Lattitude 28 presents Let the Brain fly by Nandita Kumar
Curated by: Bhavna Kakar

F/208, Lado Sarai
110030 New Delhi
December 18th, 2010 - January 12th, 2011
Opening: December 18th, 2010 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

11am to 7pm
Art-Exhibition, Latitude 28 mixed-media, figurative


New Delhi: Latitude 28 presents New Zealand based artist Nandita Kumar’s first solo show in India titled Let The Brain Fly at LATITUDE 28, F-208 GF, Lado Sarai New Delhi from December 18, 2010 till January 12, 2011.

Let the Brain Fly’ charts a surreal course of a psyche's evolution within the invisible neuron-scape. The white cube encompasses a labyrinth of manifestations in terms of mixed media works on canvas, animated video and installations. A visual story-board, created in tandem with the movement of the defining premise, ‘the brain’ leads through processes of evolution and mutation, beyond the constructs of the material world. The artist through these renditions culls collages of the timeless world and poetically draws inherent correlations between the self and the various dimensions of the cultural spectrum.

Nandita Kumar holds a joint Bachelors Degree from MS University, India and Auckland University, in the Elam School Of the Arts, New Zealand and has completed her Masters Degree in Experimental Animation at California Institute of the Arts, in Los Angeles.  Nandita has shown in various festivals and exhibitions including Los Angeles county Museum(LACMA) along with the Salvador Dali Exhibit, REDCAT, The New Zealand International Film Festival, The Rome International Film festival, Stuttgart Animation Festival, The Academy of Television Art and Sciences in Los Angeles and the Best of Sydney Underground Festival DVD. Her performances, installations and paintings have shown in Living Room, Ptg 404, Gully Louge Gallery, Waikato and Massey University in New Zealand. Nandita has received the “Best Original Music” for her film Birth of Brain Fly at the Cinema Mundo festival in Brazil and is also an awardee of the Jules Engle Scholarship.