Art by Harikrishna KatragaddaFeb 15, 2018
This suite of photographs explores the
uncanny, a concept that was conceived by Sigmund Freud to define the feeling of
defamiliarisation, incomprehensible dread and unhomeliness in a familiar
environment or an intimate domestic space. The uncanny is simultaneously
revelatory of our primal, covert desires and fears. The settings of the
photographs are familiar, yet eerie.
What we witness is the act of internal alteration of real spaces,
objects and people, through which the “real” tr
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is contributing photo editor at Fountain Ink.
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