American artist Zachary Becker explores the intersection of consumer and national identities through a series of flags made of branded packaging material. Also on display is a series of photographs reflecting the nature of work inside competing local and global economies.
The exhibition is the culmination of a two year project that began in the US and expanded to include Indian materials and imagery.
In the U.S., Becker directs the Summer Art Workshop, a prisoner art project bringing contemporary art and art education to juvenile inmates in the American Midwest. His work with prisoners has also brought him to Delhi's Tihar Jail, where he works with the arts education program 'Expressions at Tihar.'