For my solo show at the Griffin Gallery I carried out research on various Empire shows held at White City in 1908. I am also influenced by the Great Exhibition held at Hyde Park in 1851.
I have collaborated with many artists and film makers to produce short documentaries about social change. I have also carried out performances dressed as sea creatures to symbolically represent their migration away from danger.
My latest work is a triptych called ‘Fata Morgana’. It is comparing a sea mirage seen by sailors, with illusions of migration faced by migrant sea crossings made when trying to get into Europe.
I have a solo show in Colombo called ‘Sub-Marine’ 2019. This show draws analogous links with Coral in the ocean dealing with migration and Imperialism. It also highlights the hidden nature of migration and its impact on society.