The show speculates the identification with, deduction of and imaginations that emerge from language and its visualisation. With artworks from Al Qawi Nanavati, DO, Hanif Kureshi, Khatra, Lakshmi Madhavan, Latheesh Lakshman, Sowat, Tanya George, and ZERO, the exhibition is an inquiry on freedom of (and from) different modes of expression as one investigates the relationship of the ineffable, the body and time with the conception and perception of language. A large part of the exhibition is extending from Gallery XXL’s effort in presenting Indian and International artists who are critically reinventing urban art techniques and situating them within a gallery space. In this sense, this exhibition is an effort to also look at the phenomenon of post-graffiti art and artists who have engaged with the reduction and deconstruction of letters within diverse scripts. The exhibition opens up questions surrounding the politics of language and examines its role in shaping the social fabric, prodding deeper into what defines the form, the lack and the surplus in different spoken, written, visual and body languages.