The Ambiguity of Art According to Shreyas Karle

The Ambiguity of Art According to Shreyas Karle
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Works assembled from created or found objects, drawings, prints, videos, these are the works of the Indian artist, Shreyas Karle, on display in Exit from the Entrance, his first personal exhibition at the Grey Noise. Different mediums through which Karle takes on the theme of the non-functionality of objects of art and the ambiguity of art works in general. Since his beginnings, the artist has moved his work in different directions, constantly reinventing his language and shunning any attempts at labelling his work. The absurd, ironic and the interactive are just a few of his artistic trademarks. Born in India in 1981, he lives and works in Bombay where he directs an alternative art space, CONA Foundation, which he founded in 2012 with his wife, artist Hemali Bhuta. This space has, among its founding principals, the aim of dissolving the hierarchy between art and design. It’s no coincidence that Karle makes reference in the exhibition to the Italian Bruno Munari, one of the top protagonists of art, design and graphic design in the XX Century, who, as early as the 1960s, innovatively took on this concept in his book Arte Come Mestiere.
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