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Dance Of Democracy (2 alternate views)

Dance Of Democracy (2 alternate views)

Mansoor Ali
Dance Of Democracy (2 alternate views)

2008

Installation with discarded chairs

Dimensions variable, approx: 427 x 244 x 244 cm
Ali’s free-standing installation of discarded chairs piled high, without direction or reason, balances precariously and may at any moment fall to the ground. Ali often employs ready-made objects such as the chairs used in this work, which are wrecked and battered in their appearance. Rising from its elevated base, Dance of Democracy appears to stay upright by sheer luck, infusing his art with humour and poignancy.

Mansoor Ali's BIOGRAPHY

Mansoor Ali
Born in 1978, Jasmatpur, Gujarat, India
Lives and works in Baroda, India



GROUP EXHIBITIONS


2010
The Empire Strikes Back:Indian Art Today, The Saatchi Gallery, London

2008
Loosentiefirst, Gallery Maskara, Mumbai, India
Tracing Erasures – Durbar Hall Art Center, Ernakulum, Kochi
789 – Faculty of Fine Arts, M.S. University

2007
Sandarbh Artist Residency – Partapur, Rajasthan

2003
Young Baroda Wood Carving Camp - Faculty of Fine Arts, M.S. University