Teko (support around us), 2015
A square black painted canvas is worked on with a whole series of staples. The staples are accumulated in the form resembling diagonal wooden beams used to support houses and temples damaged by the earthquake. The artist took an element we all know from the streets of Kathmandu, and made a rhythmic composition with it.
Kunjan Krishna Tamang (b. ) has a BFA from the Kathmandu University School of Arts, Centre of Arts and Design.
His works include ‘ Installation’, Kathmandu International Mountain Film Festival (KIMFF) 2016; Vernacular sense and essence of Bungamati, 2015; #Rebuilding Bungamati, 2015; National exhibition, 2014; Inter-Linkage between art and environment, 2014; Ceramics mosaic and life size figures works collaborated with GopalKalapremiShrestha, 2013- 2014.