For, as he says, the style of his work is conditioned by the material, technique and the mode of perception at the moment of creation. Sehgal observes beauty, wherever it be, regardless of time, scale or culture. He is moved by people, their problems and their sufferings.
That is why, perhaps, he reacts so strongly against the negative aspects of society. He cannot tolerate suppression of individual freedom, and it is no coincidence that some of his most powerful works have been executed in the memory of victims of political brutalities, such as Cries Unheard, Anguished Cries, Aggression and Submission and The Tortured. They express his contempt for the increasing ugliness in life.
Sehgal’s specific aesthetic purpose may be described as the intent to inform and persuade, to express through artefacts the ideas and feelings that are important to humanity.
Though not strictly a kinetic sculpture, it was based on the idea that light and movement can create a work of art.
Objects may be made to gyrate or, as in his sculpture, made to form interesting patterns of light and shadow with changing effects of coloured light, to create moving shadows and reflections.
Though primarily a sculptor, Sehgal is at home in many media including drawing, painting, tapestry and various graphic media.
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