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The camp is a great way to interact with other artistes, and to know the causes highlighted in their works."Mumbaikar Suraj, another artist at the camp organised by Lalit Kala Akademi, Delhi along with the Dr Shakuntala Misra National Rehabilitation University, is using his canvas to talk about the shift from organic materials to plastic.While I have left it to the viewers to imagine what is happening on the bed, with the help of this painting I want to talk about how animals, even tigers, are more sensitive than us.They won't attack human beings while they are making out," laughs Adarsh."When my painting will be complete, you will see how the age old potter's wheel is now producing plastic bottles. Ab koi mitti ke bartan nahi use karta, everyone uses plastic, which harms the environment," says Suraj.On the other hand, Rajnikant's painting of gold fish in a bowl also draws attention towards the need to save our environment."Paintings are a perfect medium to highlight a cause and therefore, through my painting, I am showcasing how human beings are polluting river water with industrial waste.