Dhananjay Singh

In 2006, Singh was selected by the Commonwealth Foundation to participate in a residency program at the Faculty of Art and Design at Monash University in Melbourne, Australia. During his stay in Melbourne, Singh witnessed the skillful use of bronze by his co-students and lecturers. This inspired him to experiment with the same technique, and eventually lead to the establishment of his own unique sculptural practice involving building figures out of intricately twined bronze and copper wires. The artist also successfully translated the fragility of this technique to his drawings and watercolours, in which human figures composed of complex networks of tendrils float mysteriously across the surface.


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