NEW DELHI, Feb 15 (The Connect) - Human Catastrophe Covid-19, a sculpture depicting the immense sadness and human suffering caused by the Corona epidemic, has become the center of attention these days.
The exhibition, launched on February 14 in the open ground of India Habitat Center, will continue till February 28. This sculpture 'Human Catastrophe Covid-19' sulpture has been conceptualized by the president of Delhi Art Society and eminent artist Neeraj Gupta.
This latest unveiling by Neeraj is a living example of a bizarre sculpture made from wood and logs titled Human Catastrophe. This sculpture is an animated composition of angry limbs and excitement. 'Human Catastrophe COVID-19', he says, depicts the suffering of an artist and the hardships faced during the pandemic. How a person gets scared while remembering those days.
The manner in which this pandemic created socio-political unrest and reduced humanity to a pile of skeletons, is not forgotten. It speaks of the overwhelming feeling of seeing and enduring the unimaginable impact and untold sorrow. Through this sculpture, you can also feel that how during the disaster, the families are torn apart, left behind, how it feels to see a society irreparably broken down, you can see and feel it completely in this sculpture, Neeraj explains.