"Sometimes we must draw attention to the beautiful and grotesque details of nature that we might otherwise never see. When you look from really close, a new world is revealed to you. More beautiful and spectacular than you could ever have imagined." Jai Sol.

NAKED EYE -

THE BEYOND SIGHT COLLECTION

 

Naked Eye is a unique collection of artworks that feature microscopic photographs of elements from our natural world. 

Jai sources visuals from scientific processes such as biotechnology, genetic engineering, tissue culture, and cloning. Jai transforms abstract, lumpy, gross, unsanitary, sometimes invisible images into stunning, multi-layered art.  Each piece represents aspects of nature from stone to water to fire to crystal. 

 

Two-thirds of life is invisible.

When you look around, you see trees, plants and perhaps some birds. These organisms are visible to the naked eye. For a long time, scientists thought that ‘nature’ was made up of only these visible things. Today, we know better. Two-thirds of life on earth is microorganisms, which cannot be seen without a microscope. In the 3.5 billion years that they have inhabited the earth, microbes have evolved and adapted to nearly every type of environment. That’s why they can live in the most extreme places. Everywhere there is food, there is life. And microbes eat almost everything, including metals, acids, petroleum and natural gas. The number of, and the number of different species of, microorganisms are enormous, and new species are discovered every day.

 

The micro-world may be invisible and mysterious, but it’s also indispensable. Microbes are essential in our world and in our bodies. Microalgae in the ocean produce half of all the oxygen in our atmosphere. Fungi and bacteria convert the organic material from dead animals into new raw materials. And intestinal bacteria help you digest your food. Without any of them, life on earth wouldn’t be possible.


Bio art' is an emerging field of artistic practice at the boundary between art and science, using the tools and technologies of science to create artworks that explore the relationship between humans and nature. 

why bio

Jai has been fascinated by the micro world ever since he was introduced to it by his grandfather. Tthe idea of small bundles of structure making up all forms was incredible. A part of nature that is invisible to the human eye and yet is fundamental for humans to sight physical forms. He loves the idea of smaller planets existing within every element in this art. To be able to view them would be extraordinary, to manipulate them and express another version would be an interesting experiment. 

 

aim

Jai formerly studied art during his early twenties. Initially, he was drawn to fine art, in particular, renaissance and mogul stylised paintings. Examples of these works were positioned throughout his home in the form of religious art, in particular, artwork depicting Hindu Gods and Jesus Christ. Jai had a respectful appreciation for the artist's who specialised in this type of art and displayed wonderful technique to convey their visions, however, it was more the content, the narrative beyond the visual which truly interested Jai. His experiences of both Hinduism and Christianity as spiritual practices with rich, detailed context, prepared Jai to look beyond the literal and seek clues to the overall story or theme of art. He truly understood the power of these historic visuals and how they impact peoples thoughts, ideas and perceptions. of art and displayed wonderful technique to convey their visions, however, it was more the content, the narrative beyond the visual which truly interested Jai. His experiences of both Hinduism and Christianity as spiritual practices with rich, detailed context, prepared Jai to look beyond the literal and seek clues to the overall story or theme of art. He truly understood the power of these historic visuals and how they impact peoples thoughts, ideas and perceptions. 

themes

Jai has been fascinated by the micro world ever since he was introduced to it by his grandfather. Tthe idea of small bundles of structure making up all forms was incredible. A part of nature that is invisible to the human eye and yet is fundamental for humans to sight physical forms. He loves the idea of smaller planets existing within every element in this art. To be able to view them would be extraordinary, to manipulate them and express another version would be an interesting experiment. 

 

collaborators

Prior to Jai's voyage into art, he displayed a natural a curiosity for history and culture. He was heavily influencedby monumental cultural and social events that affected his family. Both parents adopting England as their new home after political unrest in 

Jai has been fascinated by the micro world ever since he was introduced to it by his grandfather. Tthe idea of small bundles of structure making up all forms was incredible. A part of nature that is invisible to the human eye and yet is fundamental for humans to sight physical forms. He loves the idea of smaller planets existing within every element in this art. To be able to view them would be extraordinary, to manipulate them and express another version would be an interesting experiment. 

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