Registry:Location:SOUTH ASIA alphabetical by last name

Quratulain Butt, Ego, 2018, digital print on adhesive vinyl mounted to billboard, 8 x 8 feet. Winter 2018 Billboard on Shaw, curated by Nahed Mansour and Toleen Touq.

Quratulain Butt Artist

Quratulain Butt was born in Rawalpindi Pakistan in 1980. She is trained as a Miniature painter and sculptor at the National College of the Arts Lahore, Pakistan and Hunerkada academy of visual and Performing Arts Islamabad, Pakistan Quratulain’s work shares concerns like social hierarchy, war conflict, hypocrisy and self ­ reflection/hope. She moved to Canada 2013.
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Last Update:April 5, 2018

Smriti Mehra, Banquet (still), 2015, video 14:00min in We Look at Animals Because, 2017, Critical Distance Centre for Curators.

Smriti Mehra Artist

Smriti Mehra is a video artist. Interacting with Bangalore’s ever changing, ever-growing residents with their multilingual, cultural, economic backgrounds, she has become a mapmaker of sorts. The idea of mapping the desires, hopes, needs, dreams and disparities of this city from her particular vantage point has been born out of her desire to establish reference points for her own personal memories. Continue reading

Last Update:April 5, 2018

Arabian Delight, 2008, Rexine suitcase, taxidermy camel, metal rods, cotton wool and fabric, 41.5" (H) x 57" x 61" (105 cm x 144cm x 155cm). Installation documentation by David C. Alesworth.

Huma Mulji Artist

Huma Mulji works with sculpture, photography, drawing, and painting, creating material juxtapositions which are attentive to the absurd, and question notions of certainty, and truth. Her works broadly address notions of failure and neglect, endurance and transformation. The deliberately awkward artworks are spatially evocative, and imbue an anti-heroism, playing out ironically, in her works. Continue reading

Last Update:April 5, 2018