A Walk to Remember – Art meets technology with open air gallery at Skyview towers in Hyderabad

Skyview with its twin towers The Skyview 10 and The Skyview 20 on Hitech City Road in Madhapur offers an aesthetic experience that integrates art with work and leisure space.

Accommodating more than 25 companies with thousands of employees, the 22-storey IT park, developed by RMZ Corp and My Home Group offers offices, common areas and an artistic space to public spaces.

The two sculptures in the common areas of Skyview 20 (Tower 20) are visible to all employees. Skyview 10 (or Tower 10), a non-SEZ area open to visitors, features four exhibits on the city and a mural. Here visitors can feast their eyes over life size installations after scanning the QR code.A signage with a befitting caption ‘A walk to Remember’ gives a glimpse into the artworks, complete with route maps to their locations.

Tribute to Hendrik van Ryde by Arun Kumar HG – Tree of Needs

The installation includes the captivating image of a dream sculpture depicting a monumental pair of wings in marble chips and resin  by Preeti Patnaik Thukral and Tagra.

Depiction of the endangered Hangul,  Kashmiri Deer by Veer Munshi  in brass is an allegory for the impending extinction of several ethnic communities. The work explores the inclusiveness of migrants in urban development in the context of ecology and culture. An artistic statement reads, ‘Deer antlers growing in the woods, waiting to return to the roots.’

A mural by Rapol Abhijit Rao, currently pursuing his master’s at Srishti Institute of Art, Design and Technology, Bengaluru celebrates Hyderabad’s beautiful blend of tradition and modernity with contrasting walls that contrast the city’s iconic structures and traditional festivities on one side and Hyderabad’s IT hub on the other.

Mural by Rapol Abhijeet Rao

Tower 20 also houses the sculptures Hendrik van Riede – Tree of Needs (wood obtained from industrial scrapyards and steel) by Arunkumar HG and Woodhenge by Gigi Scaria – made of bronze and yellow sandstone – described as the ‘vertical ascent of the various’. as described.

From a cubical skyscraper, Skyview has turned into a wonderland with a gallery in the open. Apart from providing an educational experience by introducing employees to the finer points of the visual arts, this idea has brought art directly into their daily lives.

Images by Bharat Times

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