Kulture Shop teams up with Audiogyan to bring in-depth interviews to what our Indian graphic artists are up to right now… Through riveting conversations of India’s brightest, creative minds across a wide variety of creative disciplines. (check out their 40 live podcast)
Audiogyan podcasts are mainly one to one discussions or question – answer sessions with people who have devoted their lives in the field of Design, Philosophy, and Arts. It’s a genuine & humble attempt to document information for future generations.
We kick off our third podcast Q&A session with Manu Ambady
Aziza Iqbal is an Indian visual artist, surface design and pattern specialist currently based in Doha, Qatar The quintessential maths nerd and pattern junkie. She thrives on details, grids and symmetry, and believes in communicating with shapes and colours rather than words and pictures.
What is role of geometry in design and art?
How do patterns influence design? Can a design be simply patterns or then we will call it art?
I believe Patterns intrigue you. What do you see when you see a pattern?
Are you looking for patterns?
What happens when the pattern itself is anarchic?
Is pattern and routine same at a philosophical level? How come we are so inclined towards breaking the pattern / monotony?
I found I could say things with colour and shapes that I couldn’t say any other way… things I had no words for – Georgia O’Keeffe
– Aziza Iqbal
You can find more information discussed within the podcast from the website link here.
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