Showing some of my earliest work along side a couple of pieces from my most recent Ladakh collection. Also I am very excited to have joined the Artists’ Network Alpujarra, they are a group of talented and inspiring artist.
Showing two early collections:
The Backpacker’s Travelogue while in India in 1997-8,
London Life collection, 1999 – 2002
At a very special venue, Curious garden.
I was very happy to be hear the music of Reggae Sessions with my artwork in the background. Many thanks to Hugo and friends.
Preview the collection: click here
Info in Spanish on Casa del Tibet BCN website
Casa del Tibet de Barcelona, C/ Rosselló 181, 08036 Barcelona
Horario: Lunes a viernes: 10-13.30h y 17-21h, Sábados: 10-13:30h
Rajinder Deo studied art and design in the UK. He obtained a Master’s Degree in Digital Art at University of the Arts London in 2008. He first started drawing and painting circles while he was an assistant art coordinator at a community center in Hackney, London. Later, while living, travelling and studying music and yoga in India, Thailand and Oman, Deo continued to draw about his inner and outer experiences, all through circles.
The exhibition portrays more than 50 circles in 6 different collections reflecting different chapters of Deo’s life: the London Life collection, the Backpacker’s Travelogue while in India in 1997-8, the Five Elements series created while practicing yoga and meditation in India and Thailand 2007-10. Finally, the more recent Ladakh 2014 and 2016 collections are inspired by the landscapes of the Himalaya, the people of Ladakh and Tibetan Buddhism.
Image: ‘Joy’ by Deo. 1999
Rebecca Lemaire, storyteller and Deo’s life partner, will introduce his work at the inauguration on Thursday 9 March through a storytelling session. Deo and Rebecca chose stories that reflect the spirit of his work and this exhibition best.
This is a collabration with the Shanti Children Project.
The children were then given a simple template to draw their circle artwork. Deo took photographs while they were drawing and had some fun with the children and took some more pictures.
Deo scanned the drawings and used the photographs he took to create the video. Using the software Max (Cycling 74) to analysis the sounds Deo played on the tabla drums to control the visuals, he recorded the video live, no editing, no post production.
Shanti Children Project was set up to help local children with their education and general well being. Many poor children in the area are not able to attend school because they can not afford even the most basic school supplies needed. Our project is based on the good will of wonderful Indian and western volunteers living in Tiruvannamalai who contribute their time and energy to our project activities. Besides supporting the children individually, we have cultural programs, fun and educational days for the street children in our area. In such days we try to bring a smile and a laughter to the face and hearts of children who experience difficulties in their daily life.
Their goal is to find individual children, orphans, semi orphans, handicapped and those who are unable to attend school for various reasons, and support them with school fees, uniforms, stationary and medical assistance where needed. The projects’ goal is to be able to support them throughout their entire schooling years. We put a special emphasis on young girls as they are generally less likely to receive education as it is the men’s job in india to financially support the family.
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tabla-art.com is a new blog for tabla music and digital art.
tabla-art.com is a place for innovations and experiments involving the Indian tabla drums. This can be new contemporary music, something classical or mixing tradition techniques with new technology. It can also involve using tabla music with visuals or to create visuals, it may accompany a dance performance, basically anything which involves the Indian tabla drums.
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