The idea of Dot Line Space first took shape in the mind of Gourmoni, an exuberant boy, born and brought up in the culturally rich land of Tripura. After soaking in all the beauty of the Northeast, he embarked on a journey to Mumbai where he joined Sir JJ School of Art. Four years of intense work in an art college extended beyond the classroom, and today he is managing, curating and reviving art in multifarious ways. He staunchly believes that art should serve both purposes of aesthetics and politics. But most importantly he wishes to tone down the complexity of the art world -- make it less intimidating and more approachable. Gourmoni's entrepreneurial mind comes coupled with creativity. Through this platform, he wants to identify the missing links between artists and their audiences and change the ways art is consumed. A peek into his own paintings throws light on his politically and socially charged mind. The seeds of which had been sown in him in his early days. He is a thinker and a doer. Nurturing local artists from around the country and sustaining old crafts, are his ultimate goals.
Passionate and self-motivated, Gourmoni understands that stretching limits and gathering new perspectives is the way ahead. An affable persona and the aptitude to understand different psyches come very naturally to him. Fostering a new wave of talent as well as working with revered artists, he wants to make this an aesthetic/market space known for its synergistic philosophies. At Dot Line Space, he runs the show, and he believes in doing so with absolute impeccability.