“You can sing in silence. You can dance in silence. You can speak in silence. You can even scream in silence. Silence creates different intent, different levels of compulsiveness, different levels of bondage, different possibilities. Silence is not a way of denying yourself – Silence is about moving from compulsiveness to consciousness. Sound is at the surface; silence is at the core” – Sadhguru.
In this body of work, I have sought to explore the multidimensionality and multiplicity of silence through my own compositional practice. Silently, I set an event in motion and observe its potentiality. For everything there is a sound, for everything, there is a silence.