Kāma (sensual pleasure) means desire, wish, passion, pleasure of the senses, the enjoyment of life, affection, or love, with or without sexual connotations. In Hinduism, Kāma is considered an important and healthy goal of human life when pursued without sacrificing Dharma, Artha and Moksha.
Madar creates a series of large paintings in an exaggerated, large scale, in which the subject takes on abstract and/or symbolic forms; giving space for the viewers imagination. The word Kāma carries the depth of meaning Madar seeks in these works.
Madar made the paintings on stretched canvas and applying layers of paint/fabric and mixed-media to create varying textures, and masking out shapes- a process that Madar found liberating.