Mrinalini Mukherjee | Biography | Life | Artworks
As she says: My early work was a response to the vegetation and the flora that I loved in the garden towns in which I grew up.
Gradually biomorphic elements enlivened the plant forms and the interplay of planes grew more complex and acquired body.
Scale, posture and bearing gradually brought the human, and even the superhuman, into the persona I was building up.
These hemp ropes and string constructions have a great variety of texture and form. She uses the traditional technique of macramé or knotting in a fresh creative application.
The knotted surfaces which transcribe the volumes and masses, held in place by use of metallic rings to support their weight and keep them in shape, were earlier suspended from the ceiling.
Mrinalini’s works possess a remarkable quality of fluidity. The formal details are not pieces joined together but grow from each other in unusual colour as if sprouting and finally blossoming into a unified whole.
They merge into and emerge out of each other in a highly rhythmic relationship.
The dignified, mute but evocative figures amuse and challenge and bring one face to face with heightened, concrete perception.
Every form is exteriorised, yet has an inner life and indefinable elegance which express its creative energy and lend it a monumentality.
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