Moon-Rotis (12 years, a foreigner)
Ceramic, Vinyl and paint on wall
7 ft x 7 ft
State Mobile
Ceramic and paint suspended with invisible thread
42 x 12 x 36 in
Bridges and Walls
Paint and Ink on found brick
24 x 12 x 4 in
Bricks, 2012
Enamel, Ink on found brick
Bricks 2012
Enamel, Ink on found brick
Bricks, 2012
Enamel, Ink on found brick
Bricks 2012
Enamel, Ink on found brick
Haath Gadi, 2012
Wood, Iron, twine, Enamel, Ink
24 x 64 x 24 in

As installed at Hyde Park Art Center, main gallery

Haath Gadi, 2012
Wood, Iron, twine, Enamel, Ink
24 x 64 x 24 in
It is what it is, 2020
Wood, acrylic in found corn hole thrower frame
48 x 24 " each (diptych)
Pride, 2020
Wooden strips, duct tape, plaster tape and laser cut stars
120 x 36 in

The way we operate in physical space is a manifestation of the political climate around us. These works aim to pose questions of ownership and power in the built environment. Each installation calls attention to the ways our surroundings are influenced by various ideologies. Through these works, I challenge expectations, analyze fragmentation and reveal biases in an effort to put the pieces back together.