26.7 x 29.0 x 29.2 in. / 67.8 x 73.7 x 74.2 cm.
Mrinalini Mukherjee, who studied under the guidance of her father, one of India’s foremost modernists, Benode Behari Mukherjee, worked with a range of mediums but came to be known for her experiments with an unconventional material, hemp. Her painstakingly knotted hemp figures and sculptures and her phallic clay figures and glazed ceramic vases, with their multi-fold twists, curves and overlapping layers (some of the elements visible in Florescence 2) communicate her feminist message through the body represented in fragments, but also of a lush, fecund world.
Singh, Kishore, ed., Ways of Seeing: Women Artists | Women as Muse (New Delhi: DAG, 2021), p. 119
|Art Artist Names Single||Mrinalini Mukherjee|