Born 1979, Oman
Radhika Khimji studied at the Slade School of Fine Art, and the Royal Academy of Fine Art in London. Khimji’s practice is informed primarily by a making process that leads to installations and drawings. The surfaces of her work are platforms upon which she addresses her political and personal concerns, a complex ground sometimes autobiographical and sometimes abstract. The work questions postcolonial discourse, hierarchies in society and violence against women.
Khimji has exhibited in the UK, Europe, the US, India and the Middle East. Her recent projects include “Progress Reports” at Iniva in London, “Safe Landings” at Barka Castle in Oman and “Rashm the first: the corridor of Rasm” at Qbox gallery in Athens.
Represented by: www.naturemorte.com