And what if the celebrated masterpieces of Caravaggio and Bronzino were different from those that the public had always known? Indian Nalini Malani, the first contemporary “fellow” of the National Gallery, among the most interesting and eclectic voices of today, capable of engaging observers in immersive and multisensorial environments, reflects on the devastating consequences of war, of religious fanatics and of the exploitation of our natural environment through numerous experimental art forms, inviting us to rediscover celebrated works of art, observing them from alternative and critical points of view. Drawing inspiration from the paintings of the National Gallery and from the Holburne Museum of Bath, Malani gives life to nine extraordinary video animations in Nalini Malani: My Reality is Different - National Gallery Contemporary Fellowship with Art Fund. Welcoming the public will be 25 surprising animations which will immerse the spectator in nine video projections, repeated in a loop. Animations of varying lengths are superimposed, giving birth to juxtapositions and interactions of images mutating infinitely, allowing viewers to co-create their own meanings. Among the animations, visitors will also notice a series of fictitious portraits of society’s outcasts, a reference to people whose work is at the basis of economies connecting the entire world. Malani is the first artist to receive the Contemporary Fellowship of the National Gallery, sustained by Art Fund.