Art Heritage presents Liminal Worlds, showcasing the works by Sunanda Khajuria and Gouri Vemula. In social and political terms, liminality opens up a space for conversations, a space that can be healing and cathartic, a space where the local and global can co-exist. Both Sunanda Khajuria and Gouri Vemula’s work creates liminal spaces— transient dream-like worlds, wherein their protagonists reside. In doing so they propose a consciousness of the existence of multiple, simultaneous realities, none being mutually exclusive.
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