Ahsan Memon

The portraits I make are of living beings and yet they appear like plants that shed leaves and grow new ones and are silently existing, yet very much alive. There is a sense of decay and gradual disappearance in the work something that happens naturally in the cycle of life that humans are a part of. The hyper-focus on technique in which I approach my practice helps in filtering out inspirations and feelings and keep my focus in the act of making itself which I find infinitely therapeutic. My inquisition into the medium has let my mind wander away from the pressures of keeping concept and image-meaning at the forefront, which has helped me to create a free and floating visual vocabulary.

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