"We, the people" by Yogesh Barve

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We, the people
Pen on paper

11.9 x 13.8 in
2019

About the artwork

This data visualisation represents the word counts of all the constitutions in the world, radiating from a central point. Each line corresponds to a specific constitution, with the length indicating the number of words and numbers next to it. 

About the artist

Yogesh Barve (b. 1989) is an artist from Mumbai, India, whose practice spans drawing, painting, sculpture, video, digital technologies, and repurposed found objects. His work challenges established norms and binary structures, using the slash as a symbol of un/learning, de/constructing, and non/conformism. ​
His works are in the collection of: ​
Kadist art foundation, Paris​
Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, MMCA, South Korea​
Dilalica, Art gallery, Spain​
Zasha Colah, Curator​
Rebecca John, Curator and Art Historian​
Shoaib Chadkhan, Curator and Collector​
Articles:​
Guggenheim: “Where Does That Put You?”: Artists’ Stories in Global Curatorial Practice​
Frieze: Southeast Asia Highlights​
Feature: Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, South Korea Times​

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