Priyanka Rana

Atherton, California, US

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Sting

Gold plated bronze
2021

This sculpture is an abstract form of a bee. I chose this form for its complex structure and for the delicate balance that bees represent in our environment. The sculpture has a highly reflective surface and mirrors its surroundings.

Much like how nature prompts us to reflect on ourselves, on what shapes us, and allows us to understand the impact of our actions.

With each seasonal cycle, we witness the growth that is a testimony to harmony and survival. As we rebuild with the advent of a new cycle (post-pandemic), our systems of growth need to assimilate this crucial interplay that enables the subsistence of all, big and small.
2021
  • Priyanka Rana

Poetry of Time

Installation, digital photograph

The rotten fruit like a lost moment is of no use to me.
Time changed what was mine to live for another.
I never lost the tussle of control, it was always a mirage.
When did I take the title of supreme?
2021
  • Priyanka Rana

Rearview (100 Astronauts), detail

Installation (plaster, wood, and mirror)
4’ x 4’

Plan A for Planet B
Plan A for Planet B
Planet B for you and me
Planet B for you and me
You, me, and Christopher Columbus
You, me, and Christopher Columbus
Will we make the same mistakes?
Will we make the same mistakes?
This new place needs new rules
That lasts us for Billion years
When our DNA drifts then who are you and me
When our DNA drifts then who are you and me
Objects in this mirror are closer than you think
Objects in this mirror are closer than you think
2021
  • Priyanka Rana

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