Silent Ruminations – A Photography Exhibition by Mitul Kajaria

08:00 PM - 11:00 PM

Working Company, Opp. Sardar Parel Seva Samaj Hall - Mithakhali Six Roads, Ellisbridge, Ahmedabad.

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2016-12-16 20:00:00 2016-12-18 23:00:00 Asia/Kolkata Silent Ruminations - A Photography Exhibition by Mitul Kajaria

“Silence is often mistaken to be the absence of something, which leads people to automatically dismiss its existence or need. Writer Chaim Potok thinks otherwise, and has reflected on this aspect in his book The Chosen. “I’ve begun to realise that you can listen to silence and learn from it. It has a quality and dimension of its own.”
His words have remained with us for a while, and only recently was it reminded of them when they came across Mitul Kajaria’s photographs.

Fortunately, in Mitul’s photographs, the absence is not made out to be something to loathe or despair over. Instead, it’s calming and symbolic of the quieter and peaceful moments that we often overlook. They’re so delicate that they become objects to be savoured and enjoyed. The colours have just the right amount of hue, and the sun shines just the right amount of light. Even in silence, there is a lot to gather.”

Working Company, Opp. Sardar Parel Seva Samaj Hall - Mithakhali Six Roads, Ellisbridge, Ahmedabad.

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“Silence is often mistaken to be the absence of something, which leads people to automatically dismiss its existence or need. Writer Chaim Potok thinks otherwise, and has reflected on this aspect in his book The Chosen. “I’ve begun to realise that you can listen to silence and learn from it. It has a quality and dimension of its own.”
His words have remained with us for a while, and only recently was it reminded of them when they came across Mitul Kajaria’s photographs.

Fortunately, in Mitul’s photographs, the absence is not made out to be something to loathe or despair over. Instead, it’s calming and symbolic of the quieter and peaceful moments that we often overlook. They’re so delicate that they become objects to be savoured and enjoyed. The colours have just the right amount of hue, and the sun shines just the right amount of light. Even in silence, there is a lot to gather.”




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