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The Persistence Crisis

Artist: Sitikanta Samantsinghar

Size:47 X 59 Inches

Medium:Mixed Media on Paper

Style:Contemporary

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Destruction is always in the mind of human being and sometimes it is over reacted and sometimes less. When ever, it is getting out of control, that time it comes through the human being. This is another narration of one of our poor farmer in my village who forced to death by landowners of the same village. I have seen this type of violence in my village in my childhood days. It’s a kind of rigorous discrimination by landowners. It was a resist against the Feudalism and the British Rule. But in contemporary India, the farmers are resisting against neo-colonialism and neo- capitalism that caused negative globalization effect. The farmers neither have social security nor prestige. They do not even get the right procurement price for their production. Hence, they demand price, prestige and pension for the farmers. Odisha as a state of natural catastrophe desires special attention and hence special package especially in agricultural sector. So, the demand for the special status to the state of Odisha is neither political nor fiscal, but exclusively social. The land owners have long been depriving the farmers from the wages and the profits earned from the agricultural production. In 1953 the movement took place fighting against the age old malpractices and to secure the rights of the farmer. The central demand was to ensure that each and every farmer gets a percentage of the production profit for which they toil in the field around the year. Even today the government fails to ensure social/agricultural security to the farmer which is leading to the increasing numbers of suicides within the farmer community.
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Destruction is always in the mind of human being and sometimes it is over reacted and sometimes less. When ever, it is getting out of control, that time it comes through the human being. This is another narration of one of our poor farmer in my village who forced to death by landowners of the same village. I have seen this type of violence in my village in my childhood days. It’s a kind of rigorous discrimination by landowners. It was a resist against the Feudalism and the British Rule. But in contemporary India, the farmers are resisting against neo-colonialism and neo- capitalism that caused negative globalization effect. The farmers neither have social security nor prestige. They do not even get the right procurement price for their production. Hence, they demand price, prestige and pension for the farmers. Odisha as a state of natural catastrophe desires special attention and hence special package especially in agricultural sector. So, the demand for the special status to the state of Odisha is neither political nor fiscal, but exclusively social. The land owners have long been depriving the farmers from the wages and the profits earned from the agricultural production. In 1953 the movement took place fighting against the age old malpractices and to secure the rights of the farmer. The central demand was to ensure that each and every farmer gets a percentage of the production profit for which they toil in the field around the year. Even today the government fails to ensure social/agricultural security to the farmer which is leading to the increasing numbers of suicides within the farmer community.

sitikanta samantsinghar


BIO – DATA

 

SitikantaSamantsinghar

sitikantha.munu@gmail.com

Mob: +91 9891166720.

 

 

EDUCATION:

  • Completed master in fine art department of painting from Amity school of fine arts, Amity University, Noida, U.P, 2018.
  • Completed Bachelor in Visual Art department of painting from Government College of Arts And Crafts, 2014, Khallikote, Odisha.
  • Completed intermediate from Subas Science College, 2010, Bhubaneswar, Odisha.
  • Completed matriculation from Chilka Rani English Medium School, 2008, Balugaon, Odisha.

 

WORKSHOP, CAMP AND EXHIBITION:

 

  • Participated in [kooshk- space 118 residency program],2019,{Iran-INDIA exchange program},Tehran,Iran.
  • Participated in {ART AND SCIENCE}[CYCLE 18 Primal Art Residency],2018 , Mumbai.
  • Participated in (NEXT – STEP RESIDENCY PROGRAM) 2018, 1Shanthiroad studio/Gallery, Bangalore.
  • Participated in  [INDIA ART FAIR] 2017,in Amity university stall,Newdelhi.
  • Participated  a  prensentation Workshop cum Exhibition curated by paribatana mohanty supported by the Kiran Nadar Museum (KNMA) part of Student Biennale project,Kochi Muziris Biennale at (Budha Art Gallery) 2016, Bhubaneswar,Odisha.
  • Participated in Residency ( AURA ART STAY) 2016, Chandigarh.
  • Participated in 89th Annual Exhibition (AIFACS) 2016, Newdelhi.
  • Participated in exhibition UTSHA FOUNDATION (Art and Ecology) at Budha Art Gallery 2014, Bhubaneswar, Odisha.
  • Participated in Group Exhibition (UTSRJI) at Lalit Kala Academy 2014,Bhubaneswar,Odisha.
  • participated an workshop J.D FOUNDATION(National level Art and Film Festival) at Bhubaneswar 2014,Odisha.
  • Participated in workshop Digital Kite Photography (KANTI ART CENTER) Bhubaneswar 2014, Odisha.
  • Participated in workshop  BASUDHA FOUNDATION (National level art and flim festival) at Bhubaneswar,2014 & 2013, Odisha.
  • Participated in Group Exhibition International day of Biological Diversity (LIFE IN WATER) at bhubaneswar, 2013,Odisha.
  • Participated in Group Exhibition SHARDHANJALI International Exhibition at Lalit Kala Ackademy Bhubaneswar 2014 & 2013, Odisha.
  • Participatedin seminar on Contemporary Art Movement (A NEW HORIZON) at Lalit Kala Ackademy,Bhubaneswar,2013, Odisha,
  • Participated in Water Color Camp (OSCA) at Bhubaneswar2014 & 2013, Odisha.
  • Participated in workshop S.S Organization at khallikote 2013, Odisha.
  • Participated in District level competition in painting at Ganjam 2013, Odisha.
  • Participated in workshop at Govt.College of Art and crafts (Indian Painting – Pattachitra, Printmaking, and Painting) at Khallikote 2012, Odisha.
  • Participated in workshop SANJOG 11 at Khallikote 2011, Odisha.

 

PUBLICATION:

  • Published my works onlinein Edition-02 Journal Hakara Magazine in Marathi and English language, 2017.

 

ACHIVEMENT:

  • V.L MEWADA Award of Kalavart National Contest at ujiain 2013.madhyapradesh.
  • JUNIOR FELLOWSHIP AWARD (MINISTRY OF CULTURE) – (2017 – 2018).

 

PERSONAL PROFILE:

Name                                    :               SitikantaSamantsinghar

S/O                                        :               MuralidharSamantsinghar

Date of Birth                      :               07.03.1991

Sex                                         :               Male

Language Known             :               English, Hindi, Oriya, French

Permanent Address       :               At/po:Chilika Road, Balugaon, Dist- Khurdha

Odisha- 752030

Present Address              :               SitikantaSamantsinghar

House no. –B6-A, 3nd Floor, Pandav Nagar, Ganesh Nager

Near HanumanMandir, New Delhi – 110092

DECLARTION:

I hereby declare that the above mentioned information is true to the best of my knowledge and belief.

PLACE:  NEWDELHI

DATE:29/12/2018SITIKANTA SAMANTSINGHAR

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