These artworks are
prints on paper , canvas and transparent films
-The images are taken from digital X-Ray machines
-No Human or animal body is harmed for creating these
works , the human X-ray images are dump / waste images collected from hospitals
in form of film and digital image , object’s X-rays are taken by me with high
end Digital X-ray machine and transfer to computer for creating art works
-Human body X-rays are in small size due to limitation of
xray plate size, I assemble it in computer with proper anatomy and muscle study
of human body with help of my parents
who are Doctors , medical professionals and other radiologist who are
experts in taking x-ray images
-I create my artwork with xray images in computer then I
print it on paper or canvas , after printing them I use different material on
canvas like leather, artificial leather
, PU, PVC glue , stitching, oil or acrylic colours , etc, I use archival quality
print material for durability of artworks.
Matter can neither be created, nor destroyed,We all have same age as of the universe. We
only change our forms . A couple with a mobile phone in the sea beach , The sea
is telling them a story of eternal love and they transformed into birds.
Cast- Priyanka Waghela, Tushar Waghela
Direction, Camera , Editing , Sound - Tushar Waghela
Screening my film THE HOME at ‘2ND LITTLE CINEMA INTERNATIONAL
FESTIVAL FOR EXPERIMENTAL FILMS AND MEDIA ARTS, 2015’. This program is
organized by TENT(Theatre for Experiments in New Technologies) in
collaboration with Studio 21 kolkata, Goethe-Institut/Max Mueller Bhavan
Kolkata, India Foundation for the Arts, Bangalore, Unbound Studio, Pune
and Difference Screen, UK.
The festival opens on 3rd December 2015 (5 pm) @ STUDIO 21 with screenings of shorts from Berlinale Expanded.
The home where we live is also a home to billions of livingbeings. They might remain out of our vision, their sounds and signs continuouslyregister their presence before us. We believe ourselves to be the owner of ourapartments and push them away from our kitchen and courtyard. Barely do werealise that much before we came into existence this planet has been theirdomicile for billions of years ---- our apartments are just a tiny corner oftheir vast habitat.
In search of a narrative, a writer
locates his character in his painter friend. It's not, however, clear to him
whether the painter is a real entity or just his mirror image, an alter ego,
the narrative has invented to confront his beliefs and being.