Nilupa Yasmin’s work is primarily lens based, while taking a keen interest in the notion of culture, self-identity and anthropology. Combined with her love for handcraft and photographic explorations, the artist repeatedly draws upon her own South Asian culture and heritage. The practice of weaving, passed down through inheritance, has become an integral exploration in the development and expression of human value. Her research examines … Continue reading Nilupa Yasmin: Grow Me A Waterlily
Thanya Mavish is a Birmingham based multidisciplinary artist. Born and bred in Birmingham, she completed her Foundation Diploma at Coventry university before returning home to do a BA in Fine Art. Her work has been exhibited locally at the International Project Space, Medicine Gallery and she is currently co-curating Digifest, 2018. Continue reading Thanya Mavish: Surah Nur Ayah 30 -31
Memunatu Barrie is a 19 year old west African Muslimah from East London and is currently a student at UAL Central St Martins. She talks about what’s it’s like to study at one of the top art schools in the world and what got her there… Continue reading Studying at Central Saint Martins
Mahnoor Malik is a documentary and travel photographer from Washington DC. Her latest project ‘Travelling Burka’ tackles the Muslim Travel Ban… Continue reading Travelling Burka
Our society is drawn towards this idea of ‘finding yourself’, as if a person’s inner self is something that is hard to reach… Continue reading Is This Me?
Aisha is somebody who doesn’t live life passively. She absorbs every experience she goes through and sees everything around her as a source of inspiration. I had the pleasure of meeting ‘@dottydaughter’ and we talked sisterhood, heritage and creativity… Continue reading Embrace Yourself And All Of Your Complexities