"For me every sculpture is a struggle and every sculpture is the end. Even if I want to, I can’t replicate it again."
When he couldn’t find the tools to sculpt metal, he made his own.
He quit his full-time job to pursue a career in metal sculpting and channeled his mechanical engineering degree into creativity and art!
These all describe the wonderfully talented motoartist, Saad Uddin A.K.A @Ironic88.
Watch the interview below to learn more about his amazing journey and the highs and lows of being a metal sculpture who turns junk into works of art!
We've come to the end of Saad's intriguing (and let's be honest, funny) story, and with it, the first season of Lane Split with Mallika.
Over the last few weeks, we've spoken to 6 different motoartists, hailing from different geographies, cultural backgrounds, artistic inclinations, with moving stories. And what a journey this has been!
Thank you for tuning into the first season of Lane Split with Mallika. We appreciate your readership and are constantly striving to create art that compels you to think and feel, and curate the stories around it.
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Mallika Prakash is a motoartist and a curator who started life in Delhi, her art career in San Francisco and recently moved to Bangalore. She started Moto Art Show in 2018 in response to a lack of opportunity to exhibit motoart in India and began curating and hosting motorcycle-centric art exhibitions, bringing together a like minded community. She is extremely passionate about carving a space for motoart and everything it has to offer in the physical art world.