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This work uses ambience sounds and surrounding visual cues of

specific sites as impetus for evocation of memories from different timelines.


Three timeline :

2014- 2018 and 2020 - 2021 :Bangalore 

2018- 2020 : London

1991- 2005 : Childhood (Chennai)

Inspired from various sounds of London and Bangalore, including the silence of frequent power cuts due to rains to evoke memories from both the sites. A sound loop produced from manual Shruti box and violin which are used to create approaching train sound to relive my loving memories of travelling in train with my family to rural villages in Tamil Nadu.


'Microplastics and Noise' - ongoing art project (first draft): 


'Microplastics and Noise' - ongoing art project (first draft): 


Noise is omnipresent in the environment in the form of intrinsic audio and visual patterns. The analogical view of such noises (white, brownian and pink) as different types of microplastics, forms the narrative for this audio-visual art work. This project is currently in progress.

Audio created for this video (first draft) :

- Blue whale clicks and dolphin squeaks) were created using condoms and rulers.

- White, brownian and pink noises in the background were created using LDPE bags.


Other audio sources used:

The whale moaning sound files used are under Creative Commons CC0 1.0 Universal Public Domain Dedication, in authorship of

 -Wilfredo R Rodriguez H (Humpback Whales and Dolphin moans) 

 -Spyrogumas (Humpback Whale song)  

flower before dawn

Flower before dawn

Flower before dawn is a composition to mark my relationship with sound. Using 361 separate CT scan images of my ear and head profile taken as part of the pre-operative procedure, along with my amateur grasp of music theory, I created this audio-visual work to reverberate hope. I’ve used a manual kalimba (novice player) to come up with the initial melody and used DAW and virtual instruments for the final production.



'Celebration,' is a piece that celebrates the profound connection between the earthly and the otherworldly. 

The process was an intuitive journey with music constantly informing the illustration and vice versa. ✨🌍

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