1. A Summer Slumber by Zahra Amiruddin

    Zahra Amiruddins solo exhibition, A Summer Slumber, is a culmination of a collective stream of consciousness, brought upon by the change of patterns, self-reflection, and growth. The photographs are shifting memories, moving between the past and the present through digital and analogue imagery, and multiple videos. They create a narrative of a season spinning inside the artist’s mind, flanked by the heat of the outdoor summer sun. Since the artist is mostly interested in the act of photographing through feeling, and not purely through observation, the body of work is a space to immerse oneself amidst a memory - both current, and distant.
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