The concept for Methods for misunderstanding the nature of things was developed by Ashokkumar Mistry.
Since completing a degree in fine art in 1996 Ashokkumar has been working as both an artist and curator contributing to exhibitions and creative interventions around the UK.
Ashokkumar has contributed to exhibitions both as an artist and curator working across Britain developing new ways of engaging audiences and developing immersive experience. Ashokkumar has led the curatorial vision of exhibitions as well as exhibiting at institutions such as New Art Exchange Nottingham and Peepul Centre Leicester and was commissioned by Southbank centre, London.
The BBC commissioned Ashokkumar in 2005 to develop two new pieces of public art. In 2006 Ashok was commissioned to document and create a photographic essay of the development of The New Art Exchange, Nottingham and Curve, Leicester.
More recently Ashokkumar’s photographic work has centred on the evolving fate of Britain’s plural cities and transition of the photographic image to the graphic.
For details please visit http://ashokdmistry.com