The Divine Process
Harminder Singh Panesar is a digital transpersonal artist who lives and works in the West Midlands, UK. He comes from a Sikh tradition and his artwork explores subjects related to the nature of reality and the mystery of life. His interest in these subjects was initiated after a deep transpersonal experience which gave him a glimpse of an alternative reality.
His work focuses on spiritual themes that include Sacred Geometry, Fractals in nature and Mandala’s. Using digital techniques his art takes the form of still images and animation.
Harminder completed a Master of Science degree in 1999 from the University of Teesside in 3D Computer Aided Graphical Technology Applications.
In 2008 Harminder’s work was exhibited at the Flame Holistic Center for Wellbeing in Coventry.
He collaborated with the Institute of Transpersonal Psychology to explore fractals and stress in 2014.
In 2015 he worked with London based international musicians Qi-Rattan, creating visuals for spiritual music.
In 2017 his work was shown at the Ramgarhia Community Centre in Birmingham, a 3-week exhibition to commemorate the birth anniversary of Guru Nanak Dev Ji the founder of the Sikh faith.
His art is exhibited through his website http://www.tao.co.uk and Instagram @tao.arts
During this residency I will be exploring, what to me is an important and fundamental aspect of reality and existence; that of impermanence / change. Why is everything in our reality constantly changing? Nothing in this reality is permanent and nothing remains – not even memories. These too will eventually fade into nothingness.
Over the next few weeks, I will be sharing my ideas, realisations and artwork as the creative process unfolds and evolves. The purpose is to bring about an awareness of the state of impermanence and the illusionary reality that we live in.