Rachana Nagarkar

rachana nagarkarI have always strived to unlock the rusted bolts and clogs of human mind through my paintings. They might never ever want to open. There is something more thought provoking behind the noun idea which I call the illusion.

The illusionist forms are those which you could see while thinking, sleeping, even while walking. Many times we tend to sense such forms or a drama around, and we feel like we have seen it before. Then comes the fright for those unseen things, many times non-existing. But those unseen forms or situations are really developed in human mind.

Human mind is now taking a shape of a computer, which initially was treated as machine. The works are representations of such human minds.

There are people who are unknowingly getting disconnected from the roots they belong. These people are called as ‘Netizens’. Netizens, are responsible to educate themselves about the dangers of internet. If talked about hackers, a hacker’s perspective will help you step into the minds of computer criminals so you can predict their moves and stop them before they can strike. You will become a real hacker profiler as you find out the ways in which these attackers can infiltrate your system, including stealing your identity by obtaining your IP address; gathering information through post scanning, fingerprinting, and sniffing; and attacking password files. Whether you are network administrator or recreational user of the internet, you will learn the right countermeasures to protect sensitive information and ensure that you never become a defenseless target.

My work is a suggestive statement for every phenomenon occurring in the cyber world as my experience is concerned.

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