The Negotiations of Colours in Kari: An Analysis of Art References and the Use of Colour in Kari
Amruta Patil's Kari is a veritable goldmine of references to a diverse collection of art and literature, spanning over genres and periods. This paper attempts to analyze the references in the text and their context in the narrative. This paper also highlights parallels between the context in ‘Kari’ and the context around the original artworks.Kari features beautiful interplay between colours and monochrome drawings with colour being as much a narrative device as text or illustration. This paper discusses the use of colour to differentiate between the real and the imaginary to demarcate spaces and a host of other narrative uses.
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