‘Tales of Malabar’, a project funded by the Dutch Consulate General and the Embassy, New Delhi, looked at the history of the Malabar region in India. This project payed homage to the idiosyncratic culture, history and rituals of the diverse people and religions of the Malabar region that were influenced by trade and cultural connections. For this project, a harmonious exhibit had to be created, that explained the history and culture of the Malabar region, designed especially for a travelling museum within Kerala, which meant that the final outcomes had to be easily transportable and storable.
Jamini Roy: Flipbook
Designing with museum archives was a project associated with the Tasveer Gallery and Museum of Art and Photography (MAP) in Bangalore, India. The task was to take inspiration from a piece of art from the gallery's archives and make a product or artefact that could be sold in the museum store.
I took inspiration from two paintings of a man and woman by Jamini Roy and animated them to make them interact in different ways, which was made in to a flipbook.