The two-person exhibition features works on paper, paintings and sculptures that create a dialogue between landscape, architecture and the built environment.
The exhibition seeks to question the dominance of vision in the way the built environment is perceived and explores architecture and the urban city as an amalgamation of sensorial experiences, which is often felt beyond the sight of vision through scaffoldings of memory and the senses.
For Segard and Barman, architecture does not remain merely an object for visual representation and instead becomes an extension of nature in the man-made realm. Similar to a forest that engages and heightens all our senses to create and envelopes with stimuli, the built environment addresses all the senses simultaneously. While Barman is interested in the precise conjunction of the disembodiment of the built form and the simultaneous renewal of future possibilities, Segard’s work offers a fleeting glance into his transient and disruptive world, laden with intuitive interpretations of what he sees around him, flirting with chance and play, allowing a sideways view into our own environment.
Experimenter Colaba, 1st Floor, Sunny House, 16/18, B K Boman Behram Marg, Apollo Bandar, Colaba, Mumbai - 400001, Maharashtra, India.