I’m delighted to have my article ‘Back to Life: Making Art to Re-Search my Anglo-Indian Heritage’ published in the International Journal of Anglo-Indian Studies.
I’m delighted to have been awarded Arts Council Develop Your Creative Practice Funding for the Shibboleth Sari project, which will examine the sari as a symbol of Indian authenticity.
This collage explores legitimacy, uncertainty, and be/longing and is inspired by the 1434 Arnolfini Portrait by Van Eyck (below). Referring to the Anglo-Indian community’s often hidden origins, Kathleen Cassity describes “the extent to which [ it] is originally of “legitimate” … Read More
After Midnight evokes Jawaharlal Nehru’s much quoted 1947 Independence speech which referred to India’s birth “at the stroke of the midnight hour”. It also references Leonardo Da Vinci’s Last Supper, (1495-1498). The golden cardboard crowns signify the unreliable and transient … Read More