Always Next To Be_2016
 

Shimul-Saha_AlwaysNextToBe-II_1
Shimul-Saha_AlwaysNextToBe-IV_2
Shimul-Saha_AlwaysNextToBe-I_1
Shimul-Saha_AlwaysNextToBe-III_1
Shimul-Saha_AlwaysNextToBe-IV_1
Shimul-Saha_AlwaysNextToBe-V_2
Shimul-Saha_AlwaysNextToBe-III_2
Shimul-Saha_AlwaysNextToBe-II_2
Shimul-Saha_AlwaysNextToBe-V_1
Shimul-Saha_AlwaysNextToBe-I_2
Shimul-Saha_AlwaysNextToBe-II_1 Shimul-Saha_AlwaysNextToBe-IV_2 Shimul-Saha_AlwaysNextToBe-I_1 Shimul-Saha_AlwaysNextToBe-III_1 Shimul-Saha_AlwaysNextToBe-IV_1 Shimul-Saha_AlwaysNextToBe-V_2 Shimul-Saha_AlwaysNextToBe-III_2 Shimul-Saha_AlwaysNextToBe-II_2 Shimul-Saha_AlwaysNextToBe-V_1 Shimul-Saha_AlwaysNextToBe-I_2

Always Next To Be

 

Engraved Transparent Acrylic Sheet & Image 

I – 10.25 X 9 X 2 in, II – 7 X 15 X 2 in, III – 7.5 X 10 X 2 in, IV – 6 X 9 X 2 in, V – 10.5 X 10 X 2 in

2016

 

Lose or being lost is a natural process in the circle of life. Lose or miss or being lost happen in every second in many forms. Every absence or empty space or feeling of lose becomes poignant to us, when we go through some memory. Most of the times the feeling is hard to be compensated but we try. 

 

There are two layers of a leaf. One part is obvious and the other part is empty. One layer is of line drawings only and another is photograph. Both of the layers have the empty space but not at the same way. One is supporting another just not to be blank. If one is negative then other is positive. The same is true in leaf’s presentation if count reverse. No one wants to lose. If I lose you from my line, want to keep you in my color, in memory.