Curatorial Statement:

While my own artwork captures my subjective experiences as a South Asian American woman, it is not necessarily political. I give my self freedom to explore conceptual and spiritual realms of understanding the self within a larger world. However, I feel an increasing responsibility towards furthering communication and understanding between cultures. It is this responsibility that I hope to fulfill with my curatorial practice while providing a platform for artists who explore notions of disenfranchisement, marginality, migration, globalization and intersectional identity. 


India Inked!, an exhibition of prints, brings together eighteen artists who have roots in India, its history and culture. Some artists explore new methods and forms while others attempt to expand the possibilities of conventional methods of printmaking. These artists respond to diverse contemporary experiences within and outside of India. Certain sensibilities and Ideas linked to India and its cultural forms connect the artworks in this exhibition.

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Ornate/Activate

Villa Terrace Decorative Arts Museum, Milwaukee, WI

Feb 16- May 14 2017

Exhibition Liaison: Nirmal Raja

Curator: Alexander Campos

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Chasing Horizons

May 3rd- August 25th 2013

Villa Terrace Decorative Arts Museum, Milwaukee

Co-curated by Nirmal Raja and Christopher Willey

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