Download and print an A3 version of the Underlying Perspectives exhibition poster (see image above).
Events / Current
Events / Archive
15 - 22 August ❘ 11am - 3pm
Private View: 14 August ❘ 6pm - 9pm
Black and white photographs (406mm x 305mm)
The exhibition presents the face of multiculturalism and evidences the everyday lives of people in city centres, a visual representation of roles and rituals played out in popular culture.
The photography portrays postcolonial identities within urban life and shows a multitude of Diasporas, hidden contradictions and tensions between societies based on many political opinions and positions.
"We find ourselves in the moment of transit where time and space cross to produce complex figures of difference and identity, past and present, inside and outside, inclusion and exclusion."
Homi K. Bhabha
Images from the Exhibition
All images by Komlaish Achall ©Komlaish Achall 2015
Kom Achall explores the ambiguous, non-interpreted triangle between being born British Asian, female and self. The undertones that direct her practice are cultural identity, cultural hybridisation, Diaspora, hierarchy systems, religion, domesticity and female Asian identity.
The practice documents and archives the fusions, conflicts and denials, seeking to capture multifaceted complexities that interweave, juxtapose and collide to make-up this hybrid mix.
More information about Komlaish Achall is available on her artist profile page.
Duration: 7 minutes 53 seconds ©Komlaish Achall 2015