Projects credited in
- Public Art and Urban Politics Research Project in San Francisco: gender issues and women’s participation in production, consumption and management of street art in San FranciscoAs a part of my undergraduate Geography degree at King's College of London, I undertook a research study in San Francisco. My group's general topic was: To what extent can public art allow us to understand the contested politics of urban space?. While the focus of my individual project was gender issues and women’s participation in production, consumption and management of street art in The Mission District, San Francisco. It was an incredible experience through which I could explore my interes
- KCL JOURNAL Issue 13As the editor-in-chief of the KCL Journal, the arts and culture publication at King's College London, I worked on the final spring/summer issue, Issue 13. From editorial research and planning to the nitty-gritty work of design and production, I was at the head of directing the creative vision for this project. This issue was handmade during a global pandemic. To this effect, it has been designed with care to give space to its long-form writing and visual art, best delved into meditatively. It
- Harmonics of Mind - Exploring PsychedeliaThe performance is rooted in a experimental recordings of the brain waves from a study of a volunteers undergoing a psilocybin experience. Using novel technologies, Senscapes have translated the brain waves of one participant into a 30-minute immersive audio-visual experience. The audience are taken through the psilocybin trip as lead by their biological and phenomenological narrative.