Kavadsa’, was photographer Shailan Parker’s solo show that encapsulated his journey with light. ‘Kavadsa’ is the Marathi word for ‘the light that enters a room through the chinks in a tiled roof’. An apt title for a series of images where light is as much the subject as the objects in the frame. 

Held at the Visual Arts Gallery, India Habitat Centre, New Delhi, The exhibition space had been carefully designed to support the photographs and create an experience for the viewer. Thus it had been divided into three distinct areas. It began with ‘The Gallery Zone’ where framed images hung against inky black walls. ‘The Experiential Zone’ emulated the concept of ‘Kavadsa’ through a spatial play of image projections and prints. The zone also had photographs projected on multiple screens of shimmering fabrics - lending it an ethereal, almost magical feel. ‘The Projection Zone’ showcased Shailan Parker’s work as a professional photographer.

I worked on all the communication collaterals for the exhibition. This included things like invites, posters, social media collaterals, catalogue of all the images etc. I was also a part of a larger team of designers who helped plan and execute the exhibition.  

Images of the exhibition are courtesy Joginder Singh.
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