Siddhartha Kararwal's creative practice revolves around the use of everyday, mundane materials. Plastic bags, foam sheets, firecrackers, cardboard, bronze, iron, copper, fibre, clay, plaster of paris, etc., mould themselves into seductively raw sculptures.
In a state of dichotomy, Siddartha Kararwal probes the existential chores vis-a-vis his space and the tangible material that constitutes it. The artist stimulates visual assimilation through a body of work that sprouts out of polemics arising from the privilege of an embodied experience. The bodily experience of the artist vis-a-vis the macrocosm gets situated through a schematic narrative built around using digital frames and performance based montages, reflective of Kararwal's continual practice.