Tribal Wood Sculpture
The sculptures are carved in wood, in the form of columns (Khambhas), done over the past year. The wooden sculptures are not memorials to the past; rather, they represent their engagement with tradition and aesthetic quests which are interwoven together with daily life in the interior districts of the country.
In wooden sculptures, one can find the expression of emancipatory energy. Marginalised by a feudal society, and for years barely recognised by a metropolitan and Western-dictated art history.