A critical outlook on contemporary politics and consumerism.
melancholic, autobiographical account of the lost generations of Delhi, Bombay and Calcutta of the 1970s and the 1980s.
Gao Qiang and Gao Zhen create politically charged pieces that unabashedly criticize the Communist government.
The dual influences of early consumer video games and the Cultural Revolution.
Responding to the history and culture of the artist’s homeland.
Meditative works that draw on her interests in the dual searches for cultural identity and moments of simplicity.
Meditating on the disorientation of individuals in the city as their personal notions of freedom are regulated.
Focused on Bangladesh and themes associated with the country
Evoking the totems used throughout history in rituals to venerate deities.