August 2009

  • Cultural Quarter Regeneration Photographic Commission

    2006 to 2007, Commissioned by Leicester City Council to creatively document the redevelopment of the Cultural quarter in Leicester.

  • Talking walls / Time Light

    Commissioned by the BBC. Public artwork exploring themes around a Norman built undercroft underlying the new BBC Leicester/BBC Asian Network headquarters in Leicester found during it’s construction. Talking walls: A collaborative digital public artwork utilising video and an interactive interface to explore the interface between history, discovery and memory. TimeLight: Installation consisting of a large…

  • Three Breaths

    2004, Commissioned by the BBC to create a short film for the “Taste” festival. Three Breaths looks at the interaction between inanimate and animate entities within the cityscape over time.

  • Brave New World

    2003, Commissioned by Decibel Expo, Salford Quay, Manchester. Rangoli created using coloured glass aggregate on two purpose built, outdoor light boxes.

  • Indria (senses)

    Commissioned by Leicester New Walk Museum. Consulted to develop a response to a major international exhibition titled “Meeting God”. Management and Creation of a multi-sensory arts installation comprising of a Rangoli artwork constructed of glass aggregate surrounded by two video projections and a sonic soundscape.

  • Rang (Exhibition)

    Project hosted by Leicester Belgrave Mela. Lead curator and project manager of the UK’s first exhibition of traditional and contemporary Rangoli artwork.

  • Meaning

    Nottingham Angel Row Gallery. Contemporary Rangoli Artwork using glass aggregate.

  • Thoughts on entry

    2000. Collaborative project with artists Neemita Dabhi amongst others along with the media company Threshold Studios. Production of a large Rangoli Artwork with a digital video projection at Abbey Primary School. Hosted by Navrang. Link to coverage of the work by the BBC:

  • We can be anywhere

    With a mixture of Victorian memorabilia and sexualised Americanesque imagery the fair is seen as an island of pleasure to escape to within the urban world of toil.  ”We can be anywhere” is a visual commentary on the sudden and imperialistic presence of the fair in the context of the twenty-first century inner city. The…