The international artist Tallur L.N. receives his first major exhibition in the United States at Grounds for Sculpture, in Hamilton, NJ. Tallur, who splits his time between India and South Korea, is known for his playful, conceptual work. His pieces are often interactive, and use well known symbols such as buddhas and even the Statue of Liberty. Also interviewed is the curator of “Interference/Fringe,” Gary Garrido Schneider.
Produced by Susan Wallner and narrated by Nemuna Ceesay. Videography by Joe Conlon with additional footage provided by Keith Pyatt for Grounds for Sculpture. Special thanks to the Philadelphia Museum of Art for the image of “Terrifying Attendant Spirits” (ca. 10th century, artist unknown).