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In this work, the objects, including garments, came together in a participatory installation which was flat-packable, shape-shifting and mobile. At different points of the exhibition, the installation functioned as a workshop, a studio and a gallery. I was is present in the exhibition space, making objects, rearranging them and facilitating a haptic engagement between the audience and the installed objects.

I received the Serendipity Arts Foundation Fine Arts Grant in 2019 which culminated in an independent exhibition of my work, at Serendipity Arts Festival 2019, Goa as a part of the show Form, Metaphor, Memory curated by Mario Ashley D'souza.
Repurposed cotton and polyester fabric, natural dyed organic cotton fabric, enamel painted wood, card paper, digital print on paper and the body in performance


Image Credit: Serendipity Arts Festival, Photograph by Sunil Thakkar
Here, you see one moment during the course of the exhibition during which viewers chose to hang the garments on the wall. In this work, the objects, including garments, came together in a participatory installation which was flat-packable, shape-shifting and mobile. At different points of the exhibition, the installation functioned as a workshop, a studio and a gallery. I was is present in the exhibition space, making objects, rearranging them and facilitating a haptic engagement between the audience and the installed objects.


Image Credit: Serendipity Arts Festival, Photograph by Sunil Thakkar


A paper mat made of two interwoven paintings amongst other objects.


Crochet gloves as a part of the objects on the table.