This series of works specifically portrays the human behaviour of the people located at any time or any place. The process of mapping political landscapes with grotesque bodies is the core intention of this series which symbolizes the despairing of masses through communal oppression and how their souls are being battered, bruised, and tortured. The deliberate use of architectural style prompts the idea of destruction and the suppression of the downtrodden.
Khandakar Ohida is a Visual artist and filmmaker, currently living in West Bengal. She has completed her BFA from Govt. College of Art and Craft, Calcutta (2016) and MFA from Faculty of Fine Arts, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi, (2018). She works with multiple media, including painting, Installation art, Kinetic art, video art and Film. Her work has been featured as a part of ‘Call to Disorder’ at Serendipity Art Festival Goa (2019), The Festival of Video Art by Indian Contemporary Artists (VAICA) at Kiran Nadar Museum of Art, Delhi and Goethe -Institute/ Max Mueller Bhavan, Mumbai, Museum of goa (2019-20) and VACIA part II, 2021, ‘Ahang’ a travel exhibition in Lahore, Islamabad and Karachi (2019), Students Biennale (part of Kochi Muzirish Biennale) (2016), Kolkata International Performance Art Festival (2016), amongst others. After graduating from her MFA programme, she has been a part of the Next Step Art Residency program at Shanthi Road Bangalore (2019) and The Storyteller programme organized by the Foundation of Indian contemporary art and serendipity art foundation in 2019.