Motion is a vital component, which is constantly playing an essential part in this space. I felt that there is a lot of potential for art to emerge through these grounds. Animation and movement could be incorporated to understand the space and provide a new perspective of executing art pieces, which facilitate the existing flow of motion.
Saksham Verma is a budding contemporary Street Artist, Illustrator and Graphic Designer. His work is inspired by popular culture of the past and present. He strives to use different elements from these cultures, as triggers, to bring out art pieces, which can be related/ associated to society. These triggers could be anything ranging from politics, films, music, quotes or ethics.
He also believes in being a social activist, because most of his work is inclined towards questioning aspects of the space, place and surroundings.
My process majorly involves shifting my focus from "image" to "effect". My artworks have always been image driven, this changed when the need for depth came about and I had to build myself towards creating the effect from my context. This involved studying motion and anamorphosis on a practical basis. I tried out many ways of projection and hand-eye coordination techniques to understand perspectives and relative vision created by different vantage points.