Hunger is something we all understand, some more than others and for sustained periods of time.
Today, we each consume food that is grown elsewhere - another city, another country and grown by another person, yet, at every corner we have borders, everywhere there is conflict and anger, discrimination and dissent.
The construct of a nation itself is destructive, for its emphasis is on race, language, color and borders. These constructs are superficial and are raised to counter the commonalities of human existence.
As an artist of conscience Revati Sharma Singh steps away from the borders of nations to weave in an inclusivity of existence based on simple human emotions that welcomes the diversities of race, sex and language.
December 31, 2017, Bombay, India