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Sinta Tantra: Your Private Sky. Kristin Hjellegjerde Gallery, London

“Your sky may be surfaced inside with sections of global map, with Zenith of sky, and oriented accurately to the north…
Sun clock in day
 Star clock in night.”  Buckminster Fuller, manuscript for Your Private Sky, 1948 Sinta Tantra’s exhibition Your Private Sky at Kristin Hjellegjerde London, draws inspiration from the life and work of the American … Continue reading

Sinta Tantra, Songdo, South Korea

The city of Songdo has commissioned both Korean and International artists as part of its major public art programme. British artists include Sinta Tantra, Richards Woods and Designer Abe Rogers. Sinta Tantra’s artwork, a large floor painting located by the waterfront, measures over 3,300 square metres and was completed in July, 2015. The commission is part of Songdo’s 10-year development … Continue reading

Sinta Tantra: The Eccentricity of Zero. 23 May – 4 November 2013

Sinta Tantra’s glass sculpture, The Eccentricity of Zero, refers both to geometry of the perfect circle and to the flamboyant fusion of light and colour. In geometry, ‘eccentricity’ is the measure of the deviation of a curve from the perfect circle and the circle’s ‘eccentricity is zero’. The sculpture comprises two glass circles overlaid with geometric and brightly coloured … Continue reading

Sinta Tantra: Together, Yet Forever Apart. Open Eye Gallery, Liverpool Biennial 2012

Commissioned by Open Eye Gallery and Mann Island for Liverpool Biennial 2012, Sinta Tantra’s vinyl wall wrap, Together, Yet Forever Apart, uses colour as her primary material. The architectural intervention reflects upon how buildings welcome or repel us, and how bodies navigate environments shaped from light, colour and physical structures. Together, Yet Forever Apart explores the idea of falling in love and … Continue reading

Sinta Tantra: A Beautiful Sunset Mistaken for a Dawn. Canary Wharf, London 2012

A Beautiful Sunset Mistaken for a Dawn is a 300-metre long abstract panoramic painting spanning both sides of the 150-metre long DLR Bridge at Canary Wharf, London. Sinta Tantra’s inspiration for the painting emerged through observation of the natural (changing light tones and patterns), social (how people interact with the place), and architectural (shapes reflect the surrounding buildings) elements of the Canary … Continue reading