The Basics of Dating

/ 12.06.17

There are a lot of things to take on-line into account just before to date again. Don’t make-believe to be someone that you’re not regardless of what you believe your date would like. You’ll have to sign in by 6pm to find a date that night, that will hopefully discourage individuals who are basically trying […]

The Secret of Shocking News That Nobody Is Discussing

/ 04.07.17

Residents were being asked to stay inside their houses. Please include a contact number if you’re prepared to talk to a BBC journalist. There was not a more perfect means to react to this type of news. Stopping that fraud is currently a priority, mentioned previously by the IRS. Gene therapy trial offers for […]

BBC Asian Network Radio. ‘At the Heart of the Nation: India in Britain’.

Press Shows&Screenings / 06.10.17

Patchwork Archivists; Existence as Resistance

Art Talks / 08.09.17

Sunday, September 10, 2017 – 13:15 – 14:45 Festival Bargehouse Barge House St London SE1 9QS   Join me & the Patchwork Archivists for screenings from the series, ‘Four Women, Five stories’, followed by a workshop and a discussion.  

Reel Equality Panel, Nottingham Contemporary

Talks / 25.08.17

Earlier this week, I spoke on a panel at The Nottingham Contemporary, alongside Michelle Hubbard, Black Lives Matter with Patcee Francis as chair. Our discussion followed the screening of Hidden Figures, hosted by Equation’s Reel Equality (feminist) Film club.   The focus of this panel was on the (under)representation of black and other ‘minority’ women […]

NEW COMMISSION! ‘Art as Life’, Derby Quad

Lightseekers News / 15.07.17

Lightseekers has been commissioned by The Derby QUAD, for a new project. Entitled ‘Art as Life. A Practice for everyday life’.   During this commission, we will focus on the region of Derbyshire and its localised history of art and craft production. The project facilitates space for participants to share skills and exchange knowledge through a […]

The State of Photography II : Symposium, 16 Jun

Lightseekers Talks / 16.05.17

I’m pleased to be among the speakers at this symposium, but it delights me more that my work as a socially engaged artist is finally a topic of discussion within professional photographic practice.   Among the questions to be debated in this symposium: – Is it important to come from a community or do you […]

‘Protection’ screening, RCA

Shows&Screenings / 16.05.17

Procreate Projects presents: OXYTOCIN – Birthing the world   Royal College of Art, London – 3rd June 2017   Oxytocin is a one-day symposium and programme of performances about women,carers, mother art, maternal health & wellbeing.   Event website.

Re. Connecting Struggles, Uni of Leicester. 5th Jun

Lightseekers Talks / 01.05.17

A one-day workshop to connect people who work on different struggles across continents, class, gender, race, ethnicity, sexuality, religion, etc. Scholars, artists and activists to take a lead in an interactive conversation that aims to align different struggles while addressing social inequities. Presentations will share knowledge on particular struggles while workshops aim to (re)connect and […]

TV Interviews for Migration Museum

Press / 25.04.17

I was interviewed by @felipethejourno from German TV channel, ZDF & CNN for the launch of a new temporary exhibition space The Workshop London. Two very different interviews!


Talks / 20.03.17

Annual Event: How do we make art. How do we maintain our art practice. Where do we look for help.   The Collection and Usher Gallery, Lincoln Friday 24th March 2017, 10am – 5pm   Aimed at artists, students and academics, as well a non-practising public, this event discusses how, where and why we produce art […]

Four Women, Five Stories: Film Screening and Q&A

Talks / 03.03.17

As part of International Women’s Day, I will be in conversation with Dr Melanie Kennedy from the School of Media, Communication and Sociology.   6.15 – 7.15pm Ken Edwards Lecture, Theatre 2 University of Leicester

‘Samsara’ @Attenborough Arts Centre

Art Leverhulme Lightseekers / 07.02.17

‘Samsara’ as part of The Attenborough Arts Centre ‘Takeover’. This display follows the inaugural launch of ‘Liberation’, at the Charles Wilson building in November 2016. Over 100 people contributed to this collaborative exhibition, from eight different community groups.   This work reflects my transition from lens-based media towards visual and alternative art-forms. Over the past few years, my interest has moved […]

Step Up, European Youth Video Award. Jury Member

Journal / 19.01.17

I’ve been invited to participate as a jury member for the WAVE (Women Against Violence Europe) Step-Up Campaign, in Brussels.   The pan-European Youth Video Award was created in order to bring more youth involvement to the StepUp campaign. Young people (18-25 years old), youth organisations, film schools and media departments of universities were encouraged to participate […]

Woven Stories and Other Projects (2013 – 2016).

Leverhulme Lightseekers News Shows&Screenings / 17.01.17

This exhibition combines selected works produced in collaboration between myself and different communities within local, national and international settings. It demonstrates an ambition to integrate work produced by artists and the communities they represent.   The centrepiece installation entitled, ‘Samsara’, (previously Liberation/Moksha), is new work created as part of my Leverhulme artist residency at the University of […]