The two faced tree is a three
dimensional textile sculpture
exhibited for the IGNCA. The dying
side of the tree signifies the
hindrance of natural growth due to
manís interference. The flowering
side signifies the untouched
natural growth. The structure is
inspired from Gustav Klimtís Tree
of life. Made from waste and eco
friendly materials the structure
is 23 feet high.
This exhibit was done while being
a member of the design team of NID
executing the Rta Ritu Exhibition.