The Bhramani assemblage is a small world where the wasp is king. A combination of a gilded wasp model, a miniature chair and an Coturnix egg, this assemblage refers to death, power and rebirth. On a lighter note, its an odd, almost comic take on the pomposity of symbols of any kind.
An inspiration for this comes from the illustrations of a 19th century artist named Jean-Ignace-Isadore Grandville. He depicted animals, birds and insects as humans in amusing, satirical and stinging commentary of the foibles and follies of being human.