This installation is a collaboration between Pramila Choudhary and Al-Qawi Nanavati, Sponsored by Abhivyakti City Art Festival, 2020 curated by Vyom Mehta.
The connection between human beings and fabric through the pathways of memories cannot be questioned, holding onto a loved ones clothes or wearing their favorite shirt gives you a sense of emotional security, belonging and warmth.
In today's world, we see loss of every kind, we lose friends over tiffs, we lose family members as they pass away, the list goes on.
Fleeting Winds, A river of losses, started as a way of coping with our respective parental losses & in the process we understood how just embracing & sharing the pain reduced it.
The material used is old garments donated by people, the textiles either belonged to those who have passed away or a poignant memory. These fabrics have been crocheted by us into this form.
Materials: Used Garments along with a sound installation of anonymously shared stories.
Size: 51 feet x 10 ft x 10 ft
An audio of different people speaking about 'LOSS'