My practice is of British and Indian heritage. I collect and work with found memory artefacts such as old photographs, postcards, letters and maps. Through these, I am exploring the interplay between memory, place and identity. Often these artefacts are old maps that bring forth the evolving nature of boundaries – both physical as well as psychological. Along with these constantly evolving boundaries, are the identities that are being re-shaped. I use bare minimum tools and use stitch to recreate a sense of belonging that often requires listening and nurturing that my work attempts to capture.
Commissions welcome and artwork for sale