The visual language in her art showcases such perceptions of a world which seems to move along lines, inclusive of the lines of boundaries, right and wrong or contours of a figure. The artist’s works are realised using the dialectical tension of restrain and automatic freedom while making the marks.
The statement by Francis Bacon best suits the quality of the works, I would like my pictures to look as if a human had passed between them, like a snail, leaving a trail of the human presence and memory trace of the past events as the snail leaves its slime.
The visual imagery of the artworks seem like brain mapping structures related to Apoorva’s personal influences drawn from culture, time, space and memory. The works investigate vast landscapes of a distorted form of reality hidden in the intricate qualities of the line.