Lot 11 - Bindi Vora - Meanderings #2 (2022-23)
Analogue Photograph on Woven Paper, Unique
Signed on Verso
Curated by Carrie Scott
Bindi Vora is a British-Indian interdisciplinary photographic artist, who is interested in how ideas of resistance and resilience are influenced by our everyday surroundings. Her practice often combines collage, linguistics, analogue processes, and an archive of found photography procured over the last decade.
She has been commissioned by Hospital Rooms an arts and mental health charity to create new artworks for NHS Psychiatric Intensive Care Unit, Devon Partnership NHS Foundation Trust (2019) and will undertake a new work for Southwest London and St George’s Mental Health NHS Trust at Springfield Hospital, London (2022). Her works are part of collections including the Franklin Furnace Artist Book Collection / MoMA (US), Guy’s & St Thomas Foundation (UK), Imperial Health Charity (UK), Self-Publish Be Happy at Maison Européenne de la Photographie (FR), The Women’s Art Library at Goldsmith’s University (UK), amongst others. She lives and works in London, UK.
BA (Hons) Photographic Arts, University of Westminster
Her works have been exhibited at The Photographers’ Gallery (UK); Yinka Shonibare’s Guest Projects (UK); 180 The Strand (UK); Victoria & Albert Museum of Childhood (UK); Phoenix Gallery (UK); Cultural Centre of Belgrade (RS); Benaki Museum (GR); Art Stage, (SG); amongst others. Her works have been published in British Journal of Photography, Trigger Magazine by FoMU; Over Journal, Capricious Magazine and Loose Associations by The Photographers’ Gallery, appearing on various websites including I Heart Women, Hyperallergic, A Corner With; being named as “one to watch” by The Wick Culture in 2021.
Statement about AOAP Submitted Artworks
Meandering #2 (2022-23) was made on Hampstead Heath in the summer of 2022. This reconfigured image was taken on 35 mm film which has subsequently been woven together. This is a unique work.
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