Fault Lines

Artist Statement: Conceptually driven and thematic, my work is a way to process everything that is going on around me. Experiences are distilled and sewn together by research in the studio and through reading. Recent political rhetoric has shifted the direction of my work towards notions of identity, belonging and assimilation. My practice has becomeContinue reading “Fault Lines”

A year in books

Meeting my Goodreads goal of 35 books in a year was one of my most gratifying accomplishments of 2018 1. The Ministry of Utmost Happiness by Arundhati Roy This book was recommended to me by my mom, and besides her suggestions usually being pretty solid, I was excited to start the year with a bookContinue reading “A year in books”

From our reading pulpit

Paromita Vohra, whose work we follow, is featured here as a share. She is a filmmaker based in Mumbai. “Where is the room for secret, dark places in our nature, where strange flora, petalled and bacterial, bloom, alerting us to our own leanings? This fertility, in dark, wet, sometimes lonely places of the self, isContinue reading “From our reading pulpit”