‘Yama’ reflects on Eastern ideas of rebirth and death held in the powers of the unknown, seeking to unravel the incomprehensible aspects of reality by merging Eastern, Western, and scientific perspectives. Through the manipulation of ink's textural properties, the print presents fractured voids, desolate spaces, and ethereal visages. The grid drypoint structure, with glitched undertones, accentuates the abstract atomic composition that weaves through the fabric of our existence. Titled 'Yama,' it references the 'deity of death' in Buddhism and Hinduism, presiding over the afterlife and the cycle of rebirth. The expressive gestures aim to envelop viewers in the profound depths that precede and follow life.
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