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Hyejeong's work carries a deeply spiritual sensation, embodying the myriad feelings she experiences throughout her life. These emotions, emerging from her unconscious, are vividly expressed through her images and desires. Her art serves not only as a method of self-management but also as a journey toward discovering her true self. This process involves breaking free from the distracting thoughts and fixed ideas imposed by societal influences, allowing her to temporarily express suppressed emotions. The drawings, images, and characters in her work are reflections of her emotional landscape. These emotions can be intensely private or autobiographical, approaching an inner language in a metaphorical manner. Her art is a mode of communication with the world, offering glimpses into her private life. Hyejeong expresses herself through depictions of people, animals, and other images, conveying thoughts that reside deep within her consciousness. The emotions she portrays, ranging from fear and depression to happiness and sadness, are responses to her surrounding society.

We are here with our new project , "PROJECT SOLO". In this segment we will showcase 12 artists in form of solo exhibitions over the year . Each solo will go on for 15 days at our official website www motileart.com. We are thankful to all artists and followers for showing us faithful gesture and for helping us to grow further . We are starting this project soon . Encourage us , so that we can think more about providing a strong platform for emerging artists in near future.

In this digital era, art has transcended traditional boundaries, reacahing audiences across the globe with unprecedented ease. Among the vanguard organizations leading this artistic revolution is MOTILE ART, a visionary platform committed to showcasing the diverse talent and creativity of artists worldwide. Building on the success of its previous editions, MOTILE ART proudly presents the 3rd International Online Art Exhibition 2023, a virtual celebration of artistic innovation and cultural exchange. This Exhibition is a testament to the power of technology in connecting artists and art enthusiasts from all corners of the world. This dynamic virtual platform allows visitors to explore a rich tapestry of artworks without the confines of physical space or geographical limitations. With just a click, attendees can access a meticulously curated online gallery, brimming with paintings, sculptures, mixed media, digital art, installations, and more. The beauty of MOTILE ART’s exhibition lies in its inclusivity and global reach. Artists from every nation, culture, and artistic background are encouraged to submit their creations, fostering an environment of cultural diversity and artistic dialogue. This truly international gathering transcends language barriers, connecting individuals through the universal language of art. We are very thankful and excited to have such enthusiastic artists with us . We welcome viewers to share their valuable suggestions with us for the betterment of our platform through future initiatives.

“The artist, a person with the capacity to transform their instincts into reality through their artwork, as well as that, to turn those impulses into something aesthetic, they are like neurotics, flee a reality that is hardly satisfactory to them and take refuge in a fantasy world, and are able to find their way back.” As mentioned by Sigmund Freud, explaining art has its own psychological baggage and makes one truly genius through their work of art. In essence, art is the way of expressing emotions in a non-generic way. However, a technique is no good until admirers can actually see and understand it. An art exhibition helps bring that hidden essence and emotion before the people that admire and understand it. Arts have the uncanny ability to overcome cultural and ethnic differences, art is that universal language that brings people together. With the aim of affirming the resilience of art during the difficult period and in preparing for the future, we launched this online platform, which, among other things, consisted a series of global virtual support for the cultural world throughout the crisis. It's our 2nd international online exhibition with ample of success. We gladly featured all the participants, who joined us this time, and also paying tribute to the solidarity shown by artists and institutions at time across the globe. We would like to bring it to your notice that other than this exhibition we organised art camps, residencies and workshops. And hope, will continue to shake new hands for future period of time too. Most importantly, we would like to thank our jury, Artist Dr. Bibekananda Mukharjee, Eminent Artist Sri Sourav Jana and Eminent Artist Haren Thakur for helping us to sort and come with the best to showcase in our shows.
Please do support us and join us on our Instagram and Facebook pages to be aware for our upcoming initiatives. We heartily Congratulate all artists for being part of this exhibition. For the artists who were not able to be part of our family for this time, we assure, we will be in touch with them for future initiatives. Moreover, hoping from all to enrich us with your valuable Compliments, comment and suggestions, with your thoughts at comments box. ---Motile Art

welcome you to our very first 'International Online Exhibition'. Artists from around the World, as well as different parts of India, have participated in this exhibition. You can relish the versatility of tradition and thought through the diverse works of our seventy (70) emerging artists. Starting, from July 2020, we always made efforts to encourage emerging artists in every situation. Within a year we have organised five(5) exhibitions(online), one(1) collaborative art project (offline), one(1) watercolor workshop(offline) and conversations with many artists (ongoing). This 'International Online Exhibition' aims to reach out to many more talented and insightful artists throughout the world and hence, to connect with each other. We hope, you'll encourage the participants by sharing your thoughts, suggestions, and observations by putting forward your valuable comments. We will be delighted by your presence, response, and constant support.

CURRENT INITIATIVES OF MOTILE

Indrani paul , born in West Bengal in 1995 and grew up in Howrah district. She has done her B.F.A from Bengal Fine Arts college, North 24 Parganas and M.F.A form University of Kalyani West Bengal . Her practice in Art field have different dimension of surface and medium experiment as the expression of her emotion.
The natural parts of elaborate forms are being expressed in a composite way with a inner perception. She is trying to presents different kind of natural segments which can be relate with different aspects of biological existence. Assemble of different kind of imaginary body essence are expressed through a cubical shape. Natural existence, various types of micro essence and particles are placed like a condition of human urbanization. There natural entities are blooming in very simple way and she is always trying to preserved and revive the remnants. As a medium of works, She has used various textile materials in various ways and have combined several decorative forms, floral motives and climbers on the surface. Her experience the beauty of nature through her journey, which always leaves an impression on her life and art.

RESIDENCIAL ART PROGRAMS

Space has a great power to influence our thought, nourish our philosophy, which we felt again during this short duration of Seven days. Again we experienced and understood nature newly, chanted it’s eternal beauty and tried to connect our spirit through some creative activities.This time the piece of land was ‘Charkhole’ , a tiny hamlet, Twenty-Seven kilometer away from Kalimgpong town.  From the altitude of 5500 feet, we were experiencing the wonderful hillscape, where mighty hills ware asserting the superiority. We were mesmerized by the offerings of nature. May be every one of us were appreciating it’s different entities and values , were recalling different experience and philosophies, observing different characteristics and were engaging with the space differently but somewhere, all of those individual engagements were concluding a collective thought, were pointing towards same metaphysical concepts and discourses, which has been reflected in our artworks also. Almost all of we were interested in the different providing of the space, where, undoubtedly nature influenced us the most. With the direct usage of motif and material from nature, many of us were tried to incorporate visuals from religious & cultural practices, geographical characteristics and it’s changing aspects.  Although in terms of execution these works are having a variety but serving for the same salutation of nature, which could be connect by the key thread called ‘nature’. - SIDDHARTHA SHIL

Modernist art objects were transportable, nomadic, could only exist in the museum space, and were the objects of the market and commodification. Since 1960 the artists were trying to find a way out of this situation and thus drew attention to the site and the context around this site. The work of art was created on the site and could only exist and in such circumstances, it can not be moved or changed. The site is a current location, which comprises a unique combination of physical elements: depth, length, weight, height, shape, walls, and temperature. With this thought, Motile has gathered with some aspiring artists in Rangamati, West Bengal. The people here are involved in various agricultural activities as their foremost occupation. In this residency, we invite artists from different parts of India to explore, experience, and get connected with nature. This initiative primarily celebrates an artist's connection with nature using materials found on the site. The concept is best understood in relation to historic earth or Land art and the evolving field of ecological art. The field is interdisciplinary in the fact that environmental artists embrace ideas from science and philosophy. The practice encompasses traditional media, new media, and critical social forms of production. Participants has interact and interchanged their thoughts with each other to get a better understanding of that period.

PREVIOUS INITIATIVES OF MOTILE

"This seems to be a very relevant question for a larger section of people nowadays in our society. We are talking about the LGBTQ people of our society. These people are today humiliated in a major sense and are called in various names like Gays, Chakkas, Sixers, etc. These people of our society today suffer from identity crisis and want a society here they would be normally seen in the eyes of common human being, humanity first and sexuality after that. Humanity is the main element which should be seen in everyone and respected accordingly. Undoubtedly, humanity should prefer and prevail rather than sexuality attractions or the mindsetups of those people. Thi has been a huge problem today in India where the people of these communities are humiliated everywhere on their sexuality and way of living which cause in the true depression of these people. We should understand, they are too common as us and not criminals or mental. They have feelings on the same gender of themselves which are common to be as this lies in the mentality and gene. The way a man loves a woman and a woman loves a man, it is common that a man can love a man or a woman can love a woman as well. There is no disorder or mental problems for them. So, we should live with these people normally and usually as we live in and behave with the other people of our society . Learn to respect, learn to love. Humanity matters first than sexuality does."- Joydeep Bhattacharjee

It’s the story of my bonding with my surroundings created of materials and forms, recreated by me as an artist to convey my emotions. I feel a spiritual connection with the materials.  My artistic journey stems out from the notion of a clash between 'missing and seeking'. I make a home out of a house which might not be mine but, I make it as mine as I believe home is the individual space and that make me what I am. This feeling of 'what is mine' is a continuous chain of experiences leading towards the realization of moulding a home. How a home is being moulded and the feeling of belongingness certainly evolves from my childhood itself. Mediums I acquainted and employ to express me are painting, printmaking, embroidery and the Woodcut. The chiaroscuro nature of woodcut influenced me to transform my forms to three dimensional forms, and from there my sculptural practice began.........

“The artist, a person with the capacity to transform their instincts into reality through their artwork, as well as that, to turn those impulses into something aesthetic, they are like neurotics, flee a reality that is hardly satisfactory to them and take refuge in a fantasy world, and are able to find their way back.” As mentioned by Sigmund Freud, explaining art has its own psychological baggage and makes one truly genius through their work of art. In essence, art is the way of expressing emotions in a non-generic way. However, a technique is no good until admirers can actually see and understand it. An art exhibition helps bring that hidden essence and emotion before the people that admire and understand it. Arts have the uncanny ability to overcome cultural and ethnic differences, art is that universal language that brings people together. With the aim of affirming the resilience of art during the difficult period and in preparing for the future, we launched this online platform, which, among other things, consisted a series of global virtual support for the cultural world throughout the crisis. It's our 2nd international online exhibition with ample of success. We gladly featured all the participants, who joined us this time, and also paying tribute to the solidarity shown by artists and institutions at time across the globe. We would like to bring it to your notice that other than this exhibition we organised art camps, residencies and workshops. And hope, will continue to shake new hands for future period of time too.

Pablo Picasso said, "Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once we grow up". To record some moments of growing up, an well-known organization of Kolkata called Ramdhanu initiate an workshop with some newbie artists which was held between 2nd june and 4th june, 2022. Some enthusiastic artists named Prasanta Kumar Roy, Pijush Sinha, Bapan Sing and Anupam Halder has conducted that workshop with their hard work and polite voulenteer. Thirty (30) young participants were there who later divided into two different groups (A and B) . Our organization Motile art has decide to be on their side and help them to show their works on our official website . Our organizers Mr. Chayan Das Thakur and Mr. Sushanta Mistri has spread their helping hands to moderate the workshop, also this online exhibition. We hope that you will enjoy these creations of some imaginative and creative minds .

As said by the great Pablo Picasso " Painting is just another way of keeping a diary", we, a troupe of some known and unknown faces with a willing of knowing gathered together to venture into the beauty of Purulia and take home with us some magnificent views in the form of 'Art Camp'. This family of us was represented by Adwitiya Sarkar, Rishina Bhakta, Suchandra Kundu, Yendrila Majumder, Anushree Kayal, Arup Naskar, Suresh Kr. Singha,  Anup Pradhan, Nilutpal Chakraborty, Tanay Saha, Arpan Sadhukhan, Swapna Halder, Shayani Das, Tithi gain, Soumen Roy, Chayan Das Thakur, Susanta Mistry and Sourav Nandi. Our Mask making workshop and journey of visual treat were for 3 days, during this period we not only tried our brushes but also gathered knowledge. The first few days went reminiscing the beauty of Purulia, and the surrounding exceptional visuals of nature and it's doing. Then on the next days, we visited a small village named  Charida, known for its "Mask Village" made in some of its households. There we gathered the knowledge of the process of creating Chhau Mask masterpieces from the artisans. This whole time we bewildered our brushes, splashed colour palettes and created different views on our papers and made this workshop a memory always to be cherished. We, with the idea of spreading happiness and also the visual retreats are coming up with this Online Art Exhibition "CHHAU, Virtual Exhibit". This exhibition  will represent works from all the members of this Art Camp. Thank you.

As said by the great Pablo Picasso " painting is just another way of keeping a diary", we, a troupe of some know and unknown faces with a willing of knowing gathered together to venture the beauty of Massanjore and take home with us some magnificent views in the form of 'outdoor watercolor'. This family of us was represented by Ayan Das, Anupam Halder, Priya Majumder, Siddartha Shil, Chandra Banik, Adwitiya Sarkar, Rishina Bhakta, Susmita Maity, Bapan Sing, Pijush Sinha, Surajit Dey, Suranjan Roy, Raju Rabidas, Arup Naskar, Monika Mondal, Anup Pradhan, Debajit Rudra Paul, Chayan Das Thakur, Susanta Mistry and Sourav Nandi. Our workshop and journey of visual treat were for 3 days, during this period we not only tried our brushes but also gathered knowledge. The first few days went reminiscing the beauty of Massanjore Dam, It's trail Moyurakkhi Nadi and the surrounding exceptional visuals of nature and it's doing. Then on the next days we visited a small village named  Sikaripara, known for its "Dokra Art" made in some of it's households. There we gathered the knowledge of the process of creating Dokra  masterpieces from the artisans. This whole time we bewildered our brushes, splashed colour palettes and created different views on our papers and made this workshop a memory always to be cherished. We, with the idea of spreading happiness and also the visual retreats are coming up with this Online Art Exhibition "MAYURAKSHI, Virtual Exhibit". This exhibition  will represent works from all the members of this workshop. Thank you. - RISHINA BHAKTA

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