Previously I have been working with women interpretation from an object to an individual; I also used painting and drawing as well as sculpture to make works that initially made explicit reference to the position of women in Pakistani society. Early works featured groups of disembodied nude female body parts; however subsequently I have started experimenting with glass constructions and then a variety of materials process where I have developed theoretical interests through a series of experimentations with form.
This particular image (41 x 30 x 6.5 inches (Glass, silver, wood) is from my recent show at Aicon Gallery , London. Where I work uses mobile phone key pads, mirrors in order to make installations, related to a new order of thought, when I got back home after my residency at Vermont Studios center USA 2009.
It was almost as if it was a great ideological rupture, the conceptual anticipation of a new territory. The city's ebb and flow formed by reflective images of barb wire and birds and also the aura of the Taliban and the political leader captured by the media is something which is seeping into our everyday life in Pakistan today, as the earth and sky's constant mirror.”