Amma and More

The female body has been seen as a site that begets life, is sexualized from the outset and subject to territorialisation by the male body- both literally and figuratively. In South Asian contexts, the autonomy of the female body from collective (and predominantly male-centric) units has often been seen as a threat and anomaly. The … Continue reading Amma and More


We think of space as static components that bodies discover, name, move through, rest in and generally occupy. Through these regular transits, the space acquires patterns of habitation that consolidate themselves as routine and expected. The movements become predictable and the space acquires a oneness. What happens when a new body foreign to its patterns … Continue reading Traces