NAACH GIRLS is the exploration of the dancing girls of South Asia from its humble roots to its demise at the hands of colonialism to its resurrection in contemporary film. A ongoing project that will be composed of various factors from YouTube clips to sound pieces ripped from film, in addition to my own mixed media collages that reference the glossy magazines of Bollywood like Stardust and filmfare. Shifting the gaze from the actresses that portrayed these iconic roles to the characters who challenged their roles in the very society that knocked them down.
These prints are for sale via the shop here

A proceed of sales will go to Global Fund for Children , which facilitates education needs in Pakistan, Bangladesh, India, Nepal and Sri Lanka.

Medium: Digital
Location: United Kingdom

This project was featured in:
It’s Nice That
Kajal Magazine
Reuse Labs


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