Pavitra Wickramasinghe: Gone


‘Gone’ is made of photographs from the Choansan Mountain in Northern Seoul, South Korea. Wickramasinghe photographed the ancient tombs hidden among the trees over time, capturing the dancing shadows among the still monuments, compelled by their forgotten place in the city. Once strong stones are weathered over centuries overtaken by the surrounding forest. Their place marks the progress of time and the collective forgetting by the city.

To see at
Klyde Warren Park

Section within the
Dallas Arts District

Pavitra Wickramasinghe is a multidisciplinary artist mainly concerned with new ways of conceptualizing the moving image and conventions of seeing. Her current work is an exploration of notions of traveling, fluidity of place and memory. Selected exhibitions include: Sightings, Leonard & Bina Ellen Art Gallery (Montréal); Yeosu International Art Festival (South Korea); Centre des Arts Enghien-les-Bains (France); Cable Factory (Finland); Stuttgart Filmwinter (Germany); Centro Cultural del Matadero (Spain); and Galerie B-312 (Montréal), among others.

Pavitra Wickramasinghe

She is a recipient of numerous residencies, awards and grants including, Art Omi (NY); La Chambre Blanche (Québec); Pépinières Européennes pour jeunes artistes (Spain); UNESCO-Aschberg Bursaries for Artists Programme, Changdong Art Studio, National Museum of Contemporary Art (South Korea); Canada Council for the Arts; and The Claudine and Stephen Bronfman Fellowship in Contemporary Art.

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