Works of 32 artists are part this exhibition in Delhi, which deals with the concern of climatic change. The canvases and sculptures are a comment on the imbalance created in the ecosystem, often due to the human greed. Some artists also reflect on the affects of global warming.
Delhi’s weather is on a constant mood swing, as is the case with many other places across the world. The reason behind these are that they hint at a possible climatic collapse in the future, which has inspired the artists at an ongoing exhibition in the Capital. Titled Limousine, this group show has works of 32 artists created in varied mediums, to display the creators’ concern about climate change.
Artist Subhashish Datta cites human greed as one of the major causes of the world’s declining climate quality. Intricately pouring his thoughts into his work, Datta shares, “The large spoon made of wood, steel and glass with woodprints portrays the growing greed in men. It doesn’t require that big of a spoon, but it’ll continue to add more resources to it until it’s filled and then it’ll widen the spoon further to fill more. That greed is exactly the reason behind climate change, I believe.”