Guests at Studio Verve – from across the seas !

July 5, 2012 § Leave a comment


 A visit to Studio Verve by Old Friends  ! 

Uttarayan : Kite Flying Festival : january.

Just Came across these photos and had to post them !!!

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M. and MMe Allain and M. Joël Aubry.
Joël is a film maker and an avid traveller, 
He recently travelled the ” silk route “ to make a documentary film.
It was the trade route that was used to transport mainly silk and spices as well as medicine, jewels and other goods. This route was important for the early development in China, India and went all the way to Persia and Ancient Rome.

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Arpit Biloria with the Guests 

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Mukund, Chloe and Deviba Wala

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Photographing the artwork at the studio 🙂

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M. and MMe Allain

I had the pleasure of meeting them during my stay in France a few years back. 
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Chloe is an Artist. 

film maker france
We had a good time indeed .. talking about out sculptures and paintings and showing them around the place. It was a pleasure indeed to have them over and nice to have a good conversation( in a mix of three different languages ).
A relaxed happy afternoon ! 
.. espérons vous voir tous bientôt  !!
To know more about the studio, click on the links below :

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Studio Verve Artist Residency in the News !

May 3, 2012 § Leave a comment


The Studioverve Artist Residency …

.. in the News Again!

Indian Express :

Sharing the clippings ….

ExpressBuzz : Indian Express 25th March, 2012
“Art Walks The Extra Mile”
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 Express India Online … 11th Arpil, 2012
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For more about the residency, click on the links below: 

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Travers Nash’s Artworks at a Glance.

April 18, 2012 § Leave a comment


Viewing of Work by Artist : Travers Nash 

at Greenwoods. Artist Residency in Ahmedabad.

by studio Verve


Concept Note :

Take a look around you – you’re surrounded by technology. Every aspect of our lives, the way we eat, travel, communicate and entertain ourselves are all determined by constantly “advancing” technology. In our modern world of mass production and consumption these technological objects come pre packaged with a stereotyped usage, leaving little room for creative innovation on a personal level.
These latest works have been heavily influenced by my time in India. The colors, sounds and energy of this country have influenced my attempts to create a more meaningful interaction between viewer and technology  ; a creative relationship that moves beyond pure materialistic consumption.

–  Travers Nash.
new media art
sculpture using found items and technology
manequinns
One of his installations 
using mannequins, L.E.D’s and sound. 
electronic sculpture
In detail… 
ahmedabad heritage
Another installation using an antique door, typical of Ahmedabad architecture.
The door was sourced from the old city.
L.E.D’s are part of this work too.
light installation
Travers with guests showing his work.
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Travers at work, a hole had to be drilled for each L.E.D then the wires soldered to the L.E.D‘s.
was quite a task … but Travers is so involved in his work, he dosen’t stop until 
he gets the effect he desires.
greenwoods lake resort 
Artists Devang Vyas, Manhar Kapadia, Natu Mistry, Rakesh Patel and Roma Patel 
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Don’t miss the adorable Pug
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Indian Express
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D.N.A
Some of his earlier works

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Viewing of works in new media and electronics by Australian artist Travers Nash at Studio VERVE.

April 6, 2012 § Leave a comment



Artist In Residence from Australia.

Travers Nash

Viewing of Recent Works

new age art installation
An old door, typical of old homes in the city.. used for an installation!

 The Studio Verve  open house was held at The Artist Residency at the end of his stay.

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Studio Verve Artist Residency, C-12 Garden City, Nr Greenwoods Lake Resort,
Vaishnodevi circle, Ahmedabad.

Date:
 8th April

Time :
 5 pm- 9pm

“My work is ready made object based, where the outcome is dependent on the materials gathered in the planning phase. It plays with the simulated phenomenology the technological realm brings to our world calling into question our very notion of reality. My purpose of the residency is to learn from engaging with new perspectives and gain insights into the role art plays in a very different culture from my own” says Travers.

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Travers at Work

His Studio Practice is an exploration of the gap between empirical world of everyday experience and the “hyper- reality” 
created by the technological object. He investigates the role for technology within the realms of functions that border on the non- functional that serve to reveal and emphasize our technological addictions as well as explore the possibilities of creating meaningful relationships between the viewer and the technological object that transcends the purely materialistic, allowing for a critical engagement with the technological objects that clutter our lives.

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An Article featuring Travers in the Sunday Express.

 Indian Express 10th March,2012.



 The ideas for work were allowed to grow and transform throughout the time spent in the studio. The work is free from the restraints of the white walled gallery, a work that is able to travel outside the traditional art context.
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Visiting an art exhibition in ahmedabad, during his residency term.
                     

During the tenure of his residency he interacted with other artists and had a lot of visitors including school children with whom he shared his knowledge on electronics, interactive media, new technologies and it’s role in contemporary art.

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art installation

Some of his previous work.

For more information on the event or about Travers contact us : click on the links below

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School students visit the Artist Residency at Studioverve

March 26, 2012 § Leave a comment


It was a pleasure to have over at our residency the children of grade 9 of the Riverside school.
They were interested in meeting and knowing about the work of our artist in residence Travers Nash from Australia.
Ms. Vinita Modi who accomponied the children said they regularly visit art exhibitions and galleries with children who are interested. It is nice to see a school take such initative. 

 
The Children with Ms. Vinita of riverside school and Deviba 

Travers Nash : He works with found objects and electronic media 

Travers giving a presentation of his older projects and talking about his inspiration

Arpit Biloria, Travers Nash with the Young budding Artists of tomorrow .. hope they carry the passion with them as they grow up … we wish them all the best for the future.

We were impressed to the level of involvement of the students with art and to hear their views about the works. We showed them around the Residency and it was indeed a lovely evening.

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In The News… The Telegraph : Kolkatta

February 23, 2012 § Leave a comment


An Article about Art Residencies in India :

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Artist Visit :Thomas Louis- works in Ceramic and Glass.

August 22, 2011 § 1 Comment


 A graduate from the prestigious institute in the country,National Institute of Design : Ceramic and Glass Design.
 This is Mr. Thomas Louis. The artist
Specialising in ceramic and glass.
At the Artist Lounge and shared his work.
He has worked in Banglore, Pune and now in Versova, Mumbai.
He has Exhibited his works in many galleries.
Presently runs a studio and company by the name “Monkey Bussiness”
along with a friend, Bhagyashree Patwardhan fondly known as Pattu 
The work for itself speaks tons about the artist, no doubt his open conversation about ordeals, flip flops and the journey so far is definitely inspiration to any new aspirant in the field of art and design.
His perseverence and consistancy towards acheiving levels have been a driving force and kept him on to strive for more deftness, more richness etc.
His work is the reflection of his hardwork and dedication. His shifting from one city to other also show his adventurous side and passion towards work. 
Break time! 
Here we could see our friends from the animation deptartment, founders of Girgit Company that started just a year and half ago who are extremely talented, making interesting animation work and already going places.
Also the noticable things is, both have given few essential tips and ideas to the new entrepreneurs sitting in the presentation.
 Post the tea break it was more an interactive session. We got a deeper understanding of works done by Thomas as well as technicalities explained by the artist helped many of us appreciate the medium of ceramic and glass, more so for those who had no experience with the medium.
These conversations and experiences have indeed enriched us by far and in depth the nuances of ceramic and glass art.

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