Salt: The Great March, Re-Contextualizing Azrakh traditions in Contemporary Art and craft are all set to open for the public. The exhibition, which remembers the golden moment of the historical moments, is the work of noted Shelly Jyoti. The exhibition is going to start from September 28 in Capital.
Noted personality Dr Karan Singh, Member Parliament, President Indian Council of Cultural Relations will inaugurate the function. The exhibition will be organizes at Exhibition Hall, 11 Man Singh Road , Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts in New Delhi.
Exploring salt as symbol of non-violence and investigating sarvodya theory in practice of nonviolence, tolerance, peace, harmony through the narratives of swadeshi politics.
It is noted that Shelly Jyoti’s new works feature a large khadi fabric with Sanskrit calligraphic print as a site specific installation, two sculptural installations of khadi yarn (aatis) and pipe cleaners, twenty five contemporary artworks with azrakh dyeing/ printing incorporating needle work on khadi fabric and multimedia spoken poetry.