Ruchika Wason Singh

Ruchika Singh Wason’s artistic practice is predominantly centred around the ideas of mark-making in the history of painting and different forms of representations from the south-asian perspectives. Ruchika’s practice primarily interested in the ideas around the unknown spaces, forms of continuums and working with various traces and intentional scratches to generate a layered sense of dialogue between the history, present and possible imagined futures. Very interestingly the works open visual experiences to materialise different dimensions to co-associate, relate and generate multiple meanings. Ruchika’s works revolve around the research and using different traditional materials from South-East and East Asia. Ruchika’s artistic practice is about thinking and treating surfaces in very specific manners, which both philosophically and technically unfold space of accessibility and a sense of vocabulary to generate larger discourses. In that way, knowledge is experiential in Ruchika’s artworks. Ruchika’s practice also refers to the dynamism between the idea of consumerism and human habitation at different levels, which multiply the emergence of new forms of abstractions as well as the representation of new forms of post-war. Largely, the artistic practice symbolises and reflect the idea of freedom, movement and the transformative attitude of artistic production to challenge and activate spaces in the present socio-cultural situations.
Reconstructed Landscape-I
Ruchika Wason Singh
Oil on Canvas | 66 X 72 Inches | 2022
Reconstructed Landscape-II
Ruchika Wason Singh
Oil on Canvas | 66 X 72 Inches | 2022