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International Grammar School
HSC year: 2006, ARTEXPRESS year: 2007
Expressive form: Collection of works
Bombay spectrum represents the Hindu festival Holi, which is the celebration of colour. The cones of coloured rice signify the necessity of cultural experience, colour and taste. Yet they furthermore point towards the direction; the aim in which humanity must reach… transcendence. By placing the cones in different contexts, the message of the aim can be seen in the environment of everyday life. By living in India during years of my childhood I was surrounded by the richness of culture, the colour, the taste and spirituality. Bombay spectrum evolved and developed through the original ideas and concepts of Indian culture. Ultimately highlighting colour, expressed through natural materials, such as rice which is a fundamental universal staple.
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