Photoshop V 1 & 2: Nandan Ghiya

Emerging Indian artist Nandan Ghiya believes that any arrangement of form and space defines individual, cultural, geographic or economic identities. In his first Hong Kong solo exhibition, the artist invites participants to pose against a constructed space, which has been created using pixelated vinyl-print cut-outs of photography studio objects like a chair or a flower bouquet. The interaction of the participants within the constructed space is an interpretation of the artist as he weaves the ever-expanding sensory world he experiences as an artist into reality.