The society is very much busy to playing their favorite game show, “the Play of Destruction”. Where every day starts with a new oath and the oath is to find a new mode of destruction. They take promise to destroy biodiversity. They want to spread out concrete jungles. They agree to build unethical constructions. They want to fade out yield green fields. These wrap our mind like spider’s web and the green is became visible at roof top garden.
In the latter half of the twentieth century, megacity like Kolkata have been on the rise and future projections for the twenty-first century, show an increase in population growth in Urban areas with potential catastrophic effects on environment. Megacities throughout the developing world are experiencing tremendous environmental crisis. It suffers from many problems. The sheer magnitude of population growth is an important variable affecting unbans environmental problems because it directly affects the spatial concentration of people, industry, commerce, vehicles, energy consumption, water use, waste generation and other environmental crisis. New constructions such as highrise buildings, multiplexes, bridges are located every part of the city, new roads are created also. There are full of carbon-dioxide coming from cars and factories, CFC produced by ACs, which are the causes of the abnormal growth of urban temperature. Unplanned constructional growth of urban areas trends to increase deforestation. Not only that the whole city is covered by mobile radars and towers’ radiation which effect birds, trees and human body also.
In my works I like to create the play of devastation. I like to use cranes, junks, constructions as a symbol of urban mechanical society. And I like to use plane green field as my background but in toneless manner as the urban mechanism is ready to destruct the green. Some of my works I use “play” sign which means the play of destruction is going on. I always tone down the colours as we can’t see the real bright colours in our urban area. All colours are became fulvous for the presence of pollution.