Meghanad Ganpule

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The photography of Meghanad Ganpule can be understood as a commentary on globalization, along with the identities and perspectives that have arisen from it. Alluding to the digital technologies which make globalization possible, Ganpule’s pictures often have a glitch-like appearance, as though two different images, from two different historical timelines, were superimposed onto each other.

This glitch aspect lends Ganpule’s work the character of alternative design. Rather than simply documenting urban and suburban spaces, Ganpule makes known the presence of the camera as a perspectival technology, challenging the claim that photographs simply reproduce reality.