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  • Asian Futures GFEST Menier Gallery 9-14Nov 2015 Screening multi-sensory moving image ‘Project/ed’ about contemporary queer South Asian identity in the diaspora relating to the poitics of cloth and migrant labour and displaying printed collages on cloth entitled: There is More at Stake Than Just 5 Metres of Cloth.   From the screenprint room…to the gallery… to the perfromative installation. Project/ed: 6.42mins Moving ...
  • Kink Culture Conflict Photographic collaboration with Ajamu November 2015 Part One ‘kink, culture, conflict’ explores how rubber and its material and colonial history connect to modern day kink/sensual/sexual practices as forms of cultural bondage and rites. Inspired by Anjali Arondekar’s ‘For the Record: On Sexuality and the Colonial Archive in India’, historical pornography, the creation of the dildo and contemporary kink ...
  • Frieze Mag October 2015 Mention…
  • Review of Project/ed Red Pepper Magazine Glitch in the system Nim Ralph reviews the UK’s first queer, trans and intersex people of colour film festival June 2015 Photo: Raju Rage We are a glitch in the system Our lives deny the lies Our complexity is dissent We fight for love Digital Desperados hosted Glitch 2015, the UK’s first QTIPoC (queer, trans and intersex people of colour) film festival in Glasgow ...
  • ‘LOOT’ ‘Loot’ Text Installation ‘One of the very first Indian words to enter the English language was the Hindustani slang for plunder: “loot” (pronounced ‘Lut’). According to the Oxford English Dictionary, this word was rarely heard outside the plains of north India until the late 18th century, when it suddenly became a common term across Britain.’ This installation refers ...

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