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The current project is based on a narrative embedded in traditional female ‘Vrata’ rituals of Bengal that conjoins historical and traditional textile crafts developed into a body of work. By investigating and reimagining the fluid and graceful movements and patterns in these craft-forms, through a process-driven creative practice has allowed for a series of conceptually challenging and engaging structures, exploring light, shadow and movement.
Form is communicated through large scale site-specific installations, while pushing production concepts through applied digital technology, unconventional materials and scale. Other pieces are functional with decorative elements which support the large-scale installation works that create a visual of multiple and individual engagement. Subjects of culture, memory and time are connected through visual representation and aesthetic considerations made through the manipulation of material, pattern and colour, whilst making forms that symbolise fragility, strength and beauty.