Pursuit of the Ridiculous: Bhuvanesh Gowda & Ritesh Meshram
In search of possibilities we encounter impossibilities, which lead to some different possibilities. The impossibilities of today may or may not be possible tomorrow; but they are promising; they call you into the unknown.
I am looking into some possible impossibilities and impossible possibilities.
To me if meaningless is meaningless then meaningful is also meaningless. What is meaningful now or here may or may not be meaningful tomorrow or somewhere else.
The infinite needs the finite to manifest itself. The finite embodies the infinite and one can create pockets of space to dwell in comfortably though they are presently fictional - till they become a fact, in time.
- Baroda 2012