As I began to search for answers within myself, questioning notions of belonging, memory and identity, I began to feel a sense of alienation from the space and people I had called home for as long as I can remember. With little to do to prevent my mind from flooding with self-doubt, I isolated myself from the world which seemed unkind and began photographing my domestic life. Even though the process was far from being sanative, it helped me find a certain degree of clarity within myself. I started appreciating the banal and finding harmony within strained relationships.With these images, I have tried to create a sense of my existence at home.
Location : India
Jeet Sengupta is a photographer based in Kolkata. He graduated as a civil engineer from MAKAUT, India. He believes what we see has a huge impact on how we think, and this makes photography an incredibly powerful medium. His work revolves around the themes of memory, belonging, identity, and the idea of home. His work has been exhibited in various platforms like The Hindu Business Line, KIPF, JUPC- Montage.
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