Exhibition "If a stone could give»Explores the fundamental intersection of sculpture and photography in the artistic practice of Nayar. The artist's compositions are visually based on the relationship between architecture and the body, as well as on the cultural, emotional and spatial resonance of our constructed environment. As the name of the exhibition, “If the Stone Could Give,” works in plain view blur the boundary between animated gestures and inanimate structures.
In his studio, Nayar builds his sculptural objects from simple materials - cardboard, plaster, paint for the home, wood, strings, cut out paper and photographs, as well as other industrial materials and studio trash. The artist describes her work as "the study of psychological relations with the artificial environment, the contradictions between planned and informal architecture, memory and erasure, material and mental space."