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Between Two Points in exhibition
Between Two Points, a collaborative art project of two artists associated with Kathmandu University Center for Art and Design, is on display at Gallery Mcube, Patan, from April 27 till May 3.
The art exhibition features the works of Yajyu Manandhar and Michael Gordon from Denver, Colorado. The art pieces examine impermanence, abstraction, and the potential of spontaneity. According to a press statement released by Mcube, the two artists have been working side by side as the artists in residence of the Kathmandu University Center for Art and Design.
Drawing on the urban landscape as both their inspiration and medium, Yajyu and Michael have found materials into offerings of sound and space. They have explored the possibilities of minimalist interventions through color, reverberation, and movement. In the ritual of making, the studio has become a sanctuary, and the works have become means for recalibrating the mind and external anchors for an internal journey. The two artists ritually orchestrate their time-based experiences with diligent care and effort. Then, like prayers written on a flag, they let the pieces go, scattering the happenings throughout the city to ripple from one person to the next.