Sudarshan Shetty is an artist who has worked in painting, sculpture, installation, video, sound and performance, known on the international scene as an important voice in contemporary Indian art. Marking the world premiere of the film One Life Many, this exhibition showcases some of Shetty's most important works, featuring videos, multimedia installations and rarely seen sculptures. In the unique form of interdisciplinarity that his practice supports, a key motif that runs throughout the exhibition is a “poetics of listening”. Videos, images, objects and texts take on a fleeting presence in Shetty's repertoire, as if they were musical notes that were both real and elusive, repetitive and unprecedented. Shetty's practice considers art beyond its museological afterlife that aims to fix, reify and preserve objects for posterity. Instead, his works invoke realms of the sacred, the mystical, and the mundane that are continually evolving. Remnants of physical objects become afterimages that persist in the mind as viewers move from room to room.