I am a multidisciplinary artist from Bangalore, studied in MS University. Currently practicing in Vadodara, Gujarat. My work has developed in number of ways over the years yet from the very beginning of my art practice, I have workded in Painting, Printmaking, Installation, Video Art and performing art. My intention is to blend these mediums into an interdisciplinary language.

Sunday, September 6, 2020

Ananya Drishya online interviews: Dimple B Shah


Stainless Steel Nirvana -Path of Atmanirbhar ( Work process Video)

Dimple B Shah ft. 'The Nest' 


In the performance, ‘Stainless Steel Nirvana- Path of Atmanirbhar,' Dimple Shah portrays an uncanny intermingling of circumstances in recent times. Drawing parallels between the act of cleaning utensils and the Buddhist practice of repetition to attain nirvana, the artist presents a satire on the domestic condition of women during this pandemic.

Her performance was a part of the exhibition, 'The Nest,' curated by Aditi Ghildiyal.

Thursday, August 20, 2020

Reporter in Action

Oblak Performance Event 

This performance was presented as part of the Art marathon organized by Oblak performance Event and Niv Art Event. This performance is my response to number news we hear and sometimes we find nonsensical news and we also see how the news channels fail to follow norms and ethics of reporting serious issues and sometimes they are overreacting. My performance is metaphoric representations of this news reporting in satirical humor. This is a fictional visual performative action.

Dimple B Shah 2020 

Wednesday, July 15, 2020

The Nest ( Thank you Note)

Our exhibition ended yesterday leaving behind many beautiful memories and stories to share. It has been a wonderful experience and I can't thank everyone enough for their love and support 
Especially the artists and @anantartindia

Thank you 
Aditi Ghildiyal 

Video Courtesy - Anant Art

Tuesday, July 14, 2020

Stainless Steel Nirvana -Path to Atmanirbharta

This performance was part of 'The Nest' a group exhibition presented by Anant Art and curated by Aditi Ghildiyal. 12th June to 10th July 2020 

‘Isolation’ and ‘repetition’ have been considered instrumental in the path towards achieving nirvana. Surprisingly, the global pandemic we are faced with has compelled us to immerse ourselves in this path. Isolated from the world, we are living in our 'nests' that have become protective sanctuaries for us. The act of cleaning– ourselves, our house, clothes, or utensils– has become a ritualistic practice. This time has brought us closer to our conscience, giving us an opportunity to introspect our thoughts and actions. The performance, ‘Stainless Steel Nirvana- Path of Atmanirbhar,' by Dimple Shah, will be a part of the upcoming exhibition ‘The Nest’ curated by Aditi Ghildiyal. This is the artist’s effort to portray an uncanny intermingling of circumstances in recent times. The artist's approach towards her art practice has been very profound, often taking weeks of research to compose her performances. This project has been an outcome of several discussions and brainstorming sessions that took place over the weeks and we dearly hope you will enjoy viewing it as much as we enjoyed putting it together.

ROSL Arts Webinar With Dimple B Shah and Eilidh McCormick

It was a wonderful conversation with Eilidh McCormick about art during Lockdown periods we had discussed about Alchemy and medicinal properties also discussed performance works done during lockdown Period and painting. Hope you will enjoy the work and the talk


In this live conversation multidisciplinary artist, Dimple B Shah from Bangalore shares her artwork and practice. Talking with ROSL Visual Arts Curator Eilidh McCormick, Dimple shows where she is working and how she is staying creative in lockdown.

Published on May 19, 2020

Wednesday, June 24, 2020

The Weitere Weiterreichung

The Weitere Weiterreichung @Kunstquartier Bethanien,

About the Show in Link Below



Berlin is on deborahsp.wordpress.com

Collaborated Work by Akiko Wakayama And Dimple B Shah Curated By Deborah S Philips 

The further handover

in the project room (ground floor) and in the Druckwerkstatt / kulturwerk GmbH (1st floor) in the Kunstquartier Bethanien, Mariannenplatz 2

Vernissage (on 2 floors) at 7 p.m.

Productive communication between artists takes place here through the further development of prints as an initial idea.

Artists who work with printmaking techniques often pass on their work to colleagues, so that the following person continues the next step with their artistic handwriting. This approach has a long tradition and is also known as "Corps exquisite". This is about a process of communication both between artists in different countries and printing techniques as well as the resulting works of art. There are limits everywhere, including on the sheet of paper that serves as a medium for artistic printing. What happens if a second print from another authorship is added to the first on the same sheet? Are important boundaries of artistic autonomy exceeded here? Or is there a dialogue, conscious or unconscious in nature?

This idea is being taken further in the project room: from 19 to 22 September there are installations and performances that embody this idea. Works on paper can be seen at Druckwerkstatt / kulturwerk GmbH (1st floor) until November 29.
With works by: Gloria Alonso, Clara Bausch, Matthias Beckmann, Viola Bendzko, Jim Bergren, Hrönn Björnsdóttir, Nina Bondeson-Molndal, MarTina Cesarz, Babette Cooijmans, Zuzanna Dyrda, Skadi Engeln, Lara Faroqhi, Rajan Shripad Fulari, Debrarajzz, Armando Gomez Goswami, Christine Guth, Christine Haberstock, Andreas Haltermann, Robert Harris, Frank Hartung, Claudia Hartwig, Magdalena Hlawacz, Margret Holz, Impremta Collectiva Can Battló, Aleksandra Janik, Heehyun Jeong, Lenka Kahuda-Klokočková, Marion Kahnemann, Jakob Kirchheim, Hans- Georg Kohler, Magda Korsinsky, Uschi Krempel, Marta Kubiak, Sanjay Kumar, Lukas Lenkeit, Volker Lenkeit, Friederike Linssen, Ronny Lischinski, David Lopes, Gerd Logemann, Carmen McPherson, Thomas Monses, Georgina Montes, Aline Moraes, Rebecca Erin Moran, Adrian Mudder, Leo de Munk, Zeynep Özkanzanç, Deborah S. Phillips,Marjan Pipelzadeh, Lorena Pradal, Marcel Prüfert, Jana Schulz, Dimple B. Shah, Maki Shimizu, Ingrid Simons, Carin Studer, Stefan Tielscher, Anna Trojanowska, Emma Troxler, Muriel Valat-B, Luih Valencia, Laura Valentino, Gabija Vidrinskaitė, Claudia Viehl, Akiko Wakayama, Małgorzata Warlikowska, Matthias Jun Wilhelm, Michaela Winter, Kerstin Wittelmeyer, beate maria wörz

Between September 19 (evening) - September 22 (afternoon) there are performances & installations in the project space with a print-graphic approach.

In the project, across generations, artists from different cultures who work in 13 countries have realized a work together and thus exciting, unpredictable results

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