Désordre Harmony-Leonardo Labyrinth (Acrylic on canvas, 414 x 154 cm with 24 canvas of 50 x 50 cm, 2015):

This is a Désordre, viewer-interactive Gesturism installation painting. It has one theme with multiple gestures.

Painting description: Leonardo Labyrinth shows how, since Leonardo da Vinci painted The Last Supper in the 15th century, Christianity has segregated into multiple ways of worship with different rituals by its believers in different countries across the world. The painting can be unscrambled in several ways to visualise multiple gestures of its central theme. The white and coloured lines in the canvases can be connected to see the original theme created by Sen. These are also 24 standalone paintings.

Uniqueness:The painting's uniqueness is that it is viewer friendly and interactive. Viewers can, using gloves, physically turn the canvases around 360 degrees to recreate different gestures on the same theme.

Display system:The 24-canvas painting comes with a custom-made wooden frame that has to be fixed on a wall. Each canvas has a magnetic system which fits, with 360 degree rotation, into any of the six windows of the frame from any side.