Diversity Art Forum is please to support Karanjit Paneser's THE WAY THINGS ARE Exhibition as part of the arebyte Gallery's young artist development programme hotel generation.
Panesar's practice is informed by digital processes from the outset, often using 3D modelling software to visualise sculptural works and installations. Frequently, works are part made using computer controlled machines after a process of drawing and designing digitally; resulting physical works retain some element of the flat screen image, whilst existing in three dimensional space. Click here for more information Hotel Generation 2018.
About Karanjit Panesar
Karanjit Panesar b. 1992, lives and works in Leeds. Recent solo and two person presentations of work include 'Gloopiness is slippery but not like an ocean' [solo], Arnolfini, Bristol (2017); 'eeeeeeeee' [with lewdjaw], CBS Gallery, Liverpool (2017). Recent group exhibitions include 'Allen Road Sculpture Park', Artlicks Weekend, London (2017); 'East Midlands Today', 2 Queens, Leicester (2017); 'NAWKI', with 12o Collective, nationwide (2017).
Panesar is co-founder and director of east bristol contemporary, an artist-run initiative that counteracts the lack of showing spaces for emerging artists in Bristol and seeks to establish a unique and diverse programme of exhibitions and events Eastbristol Contemporary.
Funded by Diversity Art Forum + Arts Council England