In various materials my work explores the notion of cycles in which we partake in
consciously and unconsciously. By using tracks, roads, and gates as universal symbols in our
surroundings I attempt to challenge everyday preset ways.
Using the processes and aesthetics of weaving, I create sculptures and installations on textiles'
relationship to architecture. I use building materials like concrete and marble, as well as rope and
thread, to underscore that relationship.
I work between genres of painting, drawing, installation, assemblage, photography and video to
explore process, impermanence, essentiality and serendipity through the transformation of
everyday materials and found objects.
Under the influence of poetry, my work is based on a personal history that manifests as visual
poetry, sculpture, drawing, photos, and installations that often acts as a lense on the common
scenes and objects.
Firoz Mahmud works on wide range of media including installation, Layapa Art (a Bangladeshi
stencil technique), Urgency of Proximate Drawing (NinKI: UoPD), text, video and photographs which
are based on Bangladeshi socio-political cult