Mita Vaghela

My practice is concerned with human behaviour and perceptions.  I am interested in the blur between religion and tradition and have recently been considering the value of a Hindu woman within Indian culture. I find that the cathartic process of making is equal to and as important as the outcome, and as a result, my work often includes the use of repetition. My work is research-led, and inspired by the poetic work of Francis Alÿs, the beauty of Tara Donovan’s pieces, and the concrete solutions of Wochenklausur; my practice has resulted in being an amalgamation of socially engaged art encompassing a portfolio of drawing, film, painting, photography, printmaking and sculpture.

Contribution: Think and Re-Think


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