Morii, Rayujin - Detail shot, 2023 (Sujni hand embroidery)
Tao Art Gallery and Bougainvillea Gallery join hands over a provocative show presenting Brinda. She has redefined the intersection of art and design through her creative brand Morii. Her passions for textile art and design have provided her with direction, while her unwavering values have established a strong and inspiring ideology. The show will be on display until Monday, 10th April 2023. The exhibition celebrates the rich cultural heritage of embroidery as an artistic technique and a testament to the power of creativity and community.
Deeply committed to empowering and supporting the crafts communities - particularly women artisans — Brinda believes in creating positive change in the lives of women skilled in traditional embroidery styles. Brinda says, “Each piece represents a unique collaboration between myself and the women artisans who bring my designs to life. Through my art, I aim to create embroidery that transcends its traditional roots, producing visually striking pieces that embody the spirit of abstract painting.”
Morii, Sagavassi - Detail shot , 2023 (Rabari hand embroidery over patchwork)
With the simple aim of creating embroidery that transcends its traditional roots, Morii produces visually striking pieces that embody the spirit of abstract painting. She draws inspiration from natural landscapes - the fluid movements of water, the gentle sway of wind, and mesmerising patterns of ripples and waves. The Still & Sanguine stitches the power of minimalism; it expects its viewers to be left with a strong sense of peace and introspection. Eventually, there is an evolution in the stillness and philosophy in the sanguine.
Morii, Suragga_ Vermillion, 2023 (Sujni hand embroidery)