Hampi, the fallen seat of Vijayanagara Empire, now lies in the heart of a jungle less travelled. It was one of the largest cities in the world and was home to more than half a million people. Even in its ruined state, Hampi is charismatic.
The reflections of the ‘drowned empire’, as presented here, ignite the imagination of the artist to interpret them in both static and dynamic motion. The images made from varied viewpoints and vantages foray into new alternative realities as they endeavor to transcend the border between the seen and the unseen.