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Artist Anita Dube’s visceral installation titled Silence (Blood Wedding) presents human bones covered in different fabrics, prodding us to lapse into contemplation about the sensuality of textiles and their relationship with our bodies. At another spot, artist Paula Sengupta’s installation —Rivers of Blood — shines the spotlight on Nakshi Kantha, a traditional quilting practice from Bangladesh. "Craft is not a bad word, because there are artists who create textiles for a living and their work must not be undermined," she Wholesale Nylon Stretch Fabrics Factory says. Artist Sharmila echoes this viewpoint by saying, "We need to re-look at definitions and categorizations that separate textile makers from ‘artists’. This surreal installation has been envisioned by artist Monali Meher and is part of Dr. This immersive, cavernous work, which features larger-than-life drops of blood seeping through an expansive patchwork quilt, creates a dreamlike atmosphere in which one feels compelled to think about working conditions of those in the unorganised sector, family relationships and a plethora of other things. White and gold threads pass through the loom and fuse into a single piece of fabric, signaling the idea of unity and the important role played by diverse cultural identities. The exhibition showcases the work of 17 artists, whose artworks reference, complement and blend seamlessly with the existing textile collection at the museum. As artists, our job is to make people see things differently." A finished fabric is more than just a piece of cloth, because closely connected with it is the material’s history — how it was produced, by whom and for whom — and the answers to these questions throw up complex narratives surrounding hegemony, identity and liberty. So it’s important to look at the metaphors and ideas embedded in textile artworks.Though textiles might seem like a strange object to take centre stage in an exhibition, Tasneem Zakaria Mehta, Managing Trustee and Honorary Director of the museum and co-curator of the exhibition, says, "For ages, artists have used textiles as a medium to express narratives that encompass personal histories, gender, political standpoints and so many other ideas.Layered with meaning, these laborious works of love provoke us to re-look at the way we perceive textile artworks since often, they are looked at as being ‘craft or hobby projects’, rather than serious works of art.

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