Lalita hails from the city of Hyderabad, India. She is a professional vocalist, trained in South Indian Classical Music for over 3 decades. Before her Masters in Traditional Arts at the Princes Foundation, Lalita completed an M.A. in music. She is well known for organizing and promoting South Indian Classical music across India. She aims to explore spiritual-philosophical themes from Indian traditions through her art, while also working towards promoting often under-represented and dying art forms of India
"My repertoire consists of numerous artistic traditions of India. Through my art, I aim to translate the invisible-spiritual into visual representations. My work includes visual representation of spiritual-philosophical themes from Ancient India and representations of Indian Classical music.
I use a broad palette of natural pigments, staying close to mother earth. I am fascinated by Geometric constructions, which creates the foundation of some of my work. I am also guided by traditional Indian techniques that inform my style and the medium I use."
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