Noor Bhangu is a Toronto-based curator and scholar of South Asian descent. Her work engages with issues surrounding diasporic belonging, archival practices, and cultural translations.
In her solo exhibition Garb-Age, multimedia artist Shraddha Borawake (IN) scavenges the material and mental trash, baggage and discarded elements of science, spirituality and art.
Shraddha Borawake is a visual artist from Pune, India. In her multifaceted work, she traces the complexities of the relations and entanglements between objects, people and histories.
In his solo exhibition “A short trip from Disneyland to the Sublime,” visual artist Syed Shoaib Mahmood searches for sculpture’s essence between the mental and material.
SomoS welcomes visual artist Syed Shoaib Mahmood who came to Berlin from India for a four month Artist Residency. He works in mixed media and sculpture. The focus of Mahmood’s current work lies on multimedia installation, pieces that incorporate language, the word and philosophy. They serve as visual metaphors for relationships between people. He […]
Syed Shoaib Mahmood (India) works with mixed media, language, installation and sculpture. Incorporating aesthetic and philosophical questions, his art works serve as visual metaphors for relationships between people.