Man’s Balancing Acts
by Samik Bandyopadhyay
In her new works (1998), Jaya Ganguly charts out a dynamic space of bodies opening out from a turbulence within that sends the inner sap bursting forth in several directions through sundry channels, the channels more often than not assuming deviate, mechanical forms defying the disposition of the organismread more
Jaya Ganguly her images and metaphors
by Sovon Som
All visual arts are hieroglyphic and emblematic.
Marcilio Ficino, the fifteenth century Neo-Platonist commented that, to signify divine mysteries, the Egyptian priests used the whole gamut of images of visual reality, the plants, the organic world, since God’s knowledge of things is not through theread more