Tuiwala’s work looks to examine how culture, ethics and lifestyle serve as the cornerstone of human existence.
Abhishek Tuiwala(1994) is a Sculptor, drawing and installation artist with B.F.A. (Sculpture) from V.N.S.G.U., Surat, Gujarat; M.F.A. (Sculpture) from Pratt Institution, Brooklyn, New York. Attended various sculpture workshops on Clay Modeling, Moulding, Castings and carvings. Along with that, I received the scholarship, grants and many national and international awards for my work. I have been part of many online and in-person exhibition conducted across cities like Surat, Mumbai, Hyderabad, Ahemdabad and Brooklyn.
About my work: The life of a human is all about culture, ethics and identity. Human life is the continuous processing of culture, ethics, gender and identity, which helps us understand people. Every human being is different yet the same. My compositions are the observation of people around me, including myself. I love to use humour as an element in my compositions to make my artwork more engaging and expressive. My keen observation teaches me many other things, like how a person deals with a situation and behaves in a given case or with a person. My recent works are based on cultural disparities. Being an immigrant of New York, I always compare the difference in my lifestyle, which I was living before in India. My research study's primary aim and objective are to investigate the effect of lifestyle changes between two cultures disparities. Due to many surprises, I felt great joy and struggle in adopting new lifestyles. However, keeping aside all the matters, I have always tried to define lifestyle through my creative artwork. I have always tried to convert all the unfavourable circumstances into possibilities and have accepted them as opportunities.