By Ananya Mukherjee
Abstraction, in its literal sense translates to a visual language of form, colour and line; thereby creating a composition that may or may not exist. I interpret it as a non objective, non representational, non figurative elucidation of a departure from reality with a fair degree of independence from the common visual and perceptible references in the world. The departure can be slight, partial or complete. Perhaps anything that is recognizable is not abstract in the true sense, yet it provokes your intellect and mind to perceive beyond the known and the identifiable commonalities of human expressions and forms.
And those are the times when the mind is free from fear of known analogies.
I see the blueness of heaven in this...you may visualize the deep intense pain.
I seek the light through the blue outside, you may look within and find a light.