Published on : Friday, July 25, 2014
The theme for the exhibition is inspired by the notion of transmutation; the journey of changing one’s mind. Her winning entry has been exclusively created for the Airport’s recent Gateway Gallery competition.
As a self taught artist of 20 years her works have featured in online magazines such as Pov, Spindle and Twenty6 and also fully illustrated the book titled
“The Future We Choose” by the collective ThinkActVote.Kiran said of her work: “The focus has been on the concept that long held patterns can be fractured and pierced through with new ideas or concepts that then follow a new path. These works are created using details of line and form, light and shadow, repetition and explosions of expression. They are an abstract depiction of our minds neural pathways and hold a resonance of the fractal and unfolding patterns also found in nature.”
With an average of 28,000 passengers travelling through the Airport every day, the Gateway Gallery competition provided local artists from the Three Counties with a fantastic opportunity to showcase their artwork, as well as giving Airport passengers greater access to local artistic talent. Now in its seventh year, it is estimated that 63 million passengers and Airport employees have enjoyed exhibitions at the Gateway Gallery, which is run in partnership with Luton Culture.
Source:- London Luton Airport