Sukhi’s sculptures are intended to bridge the cultures of East and West. Embodying the peace and compositional balance of ancient devotional art, they represent complex philosophical ideas with a simplicity and clarity that renders them accessible to the Western viewer. Exploring themes of hidden potentials, and the transcendence of our limiting view of a solid reality, her work often represents the negative space as being as important as the material itself, implying the dance of form and spirit, a constant state of transformation. See and read more.
See also Sukhi Barber’s website.
Thanks to Julius for the link to these amazing and provocative images of meditating figures, full of empty spaces.
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I like these images. Space within space and yet retaining more than the mere concept of form. What is form, anyway? Emptiness within emptiness.