MOKSHA

Moksha is rooted to the word Muc in sanskrit meaning to set free. It is a philosophical concept, which refers to emancipation, release, liberation or freedom. A more epistemological understanding den­otes to a consciousness of self.

Moksha is a detachment from linear narration; it is a fractal reading into the inner chaos of consciousness. A visual liberation, an expansion of the thread that binds Sutra by revisiting the archives that make the book.

Sutra meaning string or thread is a book that brings together four bodies of work by braiding several connections in the physical, social and political sphere to find meaning as humankind. The series that intertwine, in a circular narrative, shares a visual and tactile connection with blindness, consumption, identity and nature. 

Moksha is the anatomy of the connecting identity, the thread that binds Sutra. The redness of the thread transfuses to the images to create a connection fluid in form and universal in nature. The images travel through concepts that circle life, death, and rebirth.

Acknowledgement

Diana Rodrigo, Eloi Gimeno, Fina Alos, Gaurab S. Thapa, Jorge Alamar, Julian Barón, Manuel Vargas, Pratima Thapa, Riva Thapa & Suman S. Thapa

Printing by Martín Gràfic

Edition of 100      66 Images on Lokta paper       13,75 cm x 19,5 cm       No binding     

2018      978 84 948359 3 3

Out of stock.