Nayan Kulkarni

Multi-media artist Nayan Kulkarni (b. 1969) studied at the Slade School of Fine Art. At the heart of his work is an engagement with ideas of site specificity, time, technology and perception. These interests are manifested in work that is generated from specific concepts, processes or places through diverse media such as light, video, installation, sculpture and photography.

His studio work has been shown extensively in the UK and abroad and he also develops curatorial and publication projects. His interest in the role of art as a means to transform public spaces has resulted in the formation of NKProjects, a practice which enables the development of ideas relating to site specificity and collaboration. Recent works include Nocturne a major lighting installation in Newcastle/Gateshead and Sky Mirror in Birmingham.

NKProjects is currently implementing; Shoal a major new light work for St Davids II, Cardiff; Cascade a light and stone work for the Cathedral Green Regeneration, Derby; public realm lighting in Ashford; Blink And Shimmer two new light based works for the Parkland Gateway Regeneration, Corby; Oasis: Five Gardens for Essex, five landscape interventions as part of the Sadlers Farm Strategic Link improvements in Essex; Moment, a integrated light and photographic work for Ikea, Southampton.




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