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The Weather Inside Me (Bombay Sunset)
  • Neha Choksi
    born 1973
    active: India, United States
  • The Weather Inside Me (Bombay Sunset), 2010
  • Where object was made: Mumbai, India
  • color digital photograph
  • Courtesy of the artist and the Artist Pension Trust, Los Angeles, California
  • Not on display
  • EL2016.026.01
  • Loan: Not in the Spencer's collection
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Exhibition Label:
"Temporal Turn: Art and Speculation in Contemporary Asia", 11-Nov-2016
Neha Choksi’s video installation The Weather Inside Me (Bombay Sunset) is arranged on nine antiquated cathode ray tube televisions showing the power of the singular sun and intensifying this power through multiple manifestations. The sun’s daily cycle of rising and setting not only echoes the cycle of life, but also serves as a potent embodiment of time. The unsynchronized rhythms of Choksi’s videos capture a world in which time is fragmented and disturbed. While the suns rises and sets in endless cycles in the videos, a single separate monitor glows with clouds and in an accompanying photograph the sun is consumed by fire.