The presence of absence:
The Missing Pavilion

The presence of absence:
The Missing Pavilion

The presence of absence:
The Missing Pavilion

The presence of absence:
The Missing Pavilion

The presence of absence: The Missing Pavilion

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Our impactful branding for The Missing Pavilion, voiced the artists’ common concern - the continuing absence of an Indian pavilion at the Venice Biennale. The identity developed for this platform exaggerated the idea of absence through typography semantics, encapsulating the greater story in a nutshell.

A theme for art
The show curated by students of JNU brought together proficient young artists Gauri Gill, Prajakta Potnis and others. The artists drew from feelings of loss and frustration and their desire to be a part of the Venice Biennale. Our stark black and white graphic commentary drew from these lacunas to highlight the sense of a gap. This filtered into the visual dimension by leaving out the “i” – symbolic of self and identity, but retaining the dot. For the poster and e-invite, we wiped out a large portion of the typographic landscape to make a bold statement aligning with the artists’ point of view.

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Our impactful branding for The Missing Pavilion, voiced the artists’ common concern - the continuing absence of an Indian pavilion at the Venice Biennale. The identity developed for this platform exaggerated the idea of absence through typography semantics, encapsulating the greater story in a nutshell.

A theme for art
The show curated by students of JNU brought together proficient young artists Gauri Gill, Prajakta Potnis and others. The artists drew from feelings of loss and frustration and their desire to be a part of the Venice Biennale. Our stark black and white graphic commentary drew from these lacunas to highlight the sense of a gap. This filtered into the visual dimension by leaving out the “i” – symbolic of self and identity, but retaining the dot. For the poster and e-invite, we wiped out a large portion of the typographic landscape to make a bold statement aligning with the artists’ point of view.

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Our impactful branding for The Missing Pavilion, voiced the artists’ common concern - the continuing absence of an Indian pavilion at the Venice Biennale. The identity developed for this platform exaggerated the idea of absence through typography semantics, encapsulating the greater story in a nutshell.

A theme for art
The show curated by students of JNU brought together proficient young artists Gauri Gill, Prajakta Potnis and others. The artists drew from feelings of loss and frustration and their desire to be a part of the Venice Biennale. Our stark black and white graphic commentary drew from these lacunas to highlight the sense of a gap. This filtered into the visual dimension by leaving out the “i” – symbolic of self and identity, but retaining the dot. For the poster and e-invite, we wiped out a large portion of the typographic landscape to make a bold statement aligning with the artists’ point of view.

VIEW PROJECT CASE STUDY  

Our impactful branding for The Missing Pavilion, voiced the artists’ common concern - the continuing absence of an Indian pavilion at the Venice Biennale. The identity developed for this platform exaggerated the idea of absence through typography semantics, encapsulating the greater story in a nutshell.

A theme for art
The show curated by students of JNU brought together proficient young artists Gauri Gill, Prajakta Potnis and others. The artists drew from feelings of loss and frustration and their desire to be a part of the Venice Biennale. Our stark black and white graphic commentary drew from these lacunas to highlight the sense of a gap. This filtered into the visual dimension by leaving out the “i” – symbolic of self and identity, but retaining the dot. For the poster and e-invite, we wiped out a large portion of the typographic landscape to make a bold statement aligning with the artists’ point of view.

VIEW PROJECT CASE STUDY  

Our impactful branding for The Missing Pavilion, voiced the artists’ common concern - the continuing absence of an Indian pavilion at the Venice Biennale. The identity developed for this platform exaggerated the idea of absence through typography semantics, encapsulating the greater story in a nutshell.

A theme for art
The show curated by students of JNU brought together proficient young artists Gauri Gill, Prajakta Potnis and others. The artists drew from feelings of loss and frustration and their desire to be a part of the Venice Biennale. Our stark black and white graphic commentary drew from these lacunas to highlight the sense of a gap. This filtered into the visual dimension by leaving out the “i” – symbolic of self and identity, but retaining the dot. For the poster and e-invite, we wiped out a large portion of the typographic landscape to make a bold statement aligning with the artists’ point of view.

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e-invite for The Missing Pavilion

e-invite for The Missing Pavilion

e-invite for The Missing Pavilion

The venue for the show was The School of Art and Aesthetics (SAA) at Jawaharlal Nehru University, Delhi. It was on from 6th December 2014 to 10th February 2015. The identity, poster, catalogue and e-invite cohesively echoed the sentiments of the theme, impacting the viewer with the artistic intent even before he or she arrives.

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The venue for the show was The School of Art and Aesthetics (SAA) at Jawaharlal Nehru University, Delhi. It was on from 6th December 2014 to 10th February 2015. The identity, poster, catalogue and e-invite cohesively echoed the sentiments of the theme, impacting the viewer with the artistic intent even before he or she arrives.

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The venue for the show was The School of Art and Aesthetics (SAA) at Jawaharlal Nehru University, Delhi. It was on from 6th December 2014 to 10th February 2015. The identity, poster, catalogue and e-invite cohesively echoed the sentiments of the theme, impacting the viewer with the artistic intent even before he or she arrives.

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The venue for the show was The School of Art and Aesthetics (SAA) at Jawaharlal Nehru University, Delhi. It was on from 6th December 2014 to 10th February 2015. The identity, poster, catalogue and e-invite cohesively echoed the sentiments of the theme, impacting the viewer with the artistic intent even before he or she arrives.

VIEW PROJECT CASE STUDY  

The venue for the show was The School of Art and Aesthetics (SAA) at Jawaharlal Nehru University, Delhi. It was on from 6th December 2014 to 10th February 2015. The identity, poster, catalogue and e-invite cohesively echoed the sentiments of the theme, impacting the viewer with the artistic intent even before he or she arrives.

VIEW PROJECT CASE STUDY  

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Poster for The Missing Pavilion

Poster for The Missing Pavilion

Poster for The Missing Pavilion

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CALL
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Gurugram, Harayana - 122022

CALL
0124-4921810, 4923148

 

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