TAH is proud to present the debut solo exhibition of artist Saroj Patel, whose work explores her contrasting and sometimes conflicting identities as a British Indian woman. Patel’s sculptures celebrate community, Indian culture and personal upbringing by drawing on cultural traditions. Growing up in the north of England surrounded by a large Indian community has inspired Patel to investigate the aesthetic and ritualistic allure of traditional Indian ceremonies.
Patel’s bold and colourful textile installations create a space that allows the artist to connect the visceral aspects of her identity with the joys and challenges of growing up as a second-generation British Indian woman. Her sculptures present stories that expand on ritualistic practices, myths, Indian astrology, migration, race, identity and gender.
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This exhibition is featured in the Main Gallery.
-The Main Gallery is well-lit with no noise.
-There is no seating in the Main Gallery, however, the café is close by and looks into the gallery space. Seats can be taken in the Main Gallery if needed.
-The works in this exhibition include no sound.
-The gallery is Guide and Support dog-friendly (We ask that dogs be kept on leads).
-The room has level access, and allow space for wheelchair/mobility aid/pushchair users or people with Guide dogs to pass comfortably.
-The exhibition includes Audio, Braille, Easier Read and Dyslexia-friendly interpretations.
-Sensory ear defenders are available for use during your visit, and can be picked up at the front desk.
We also offer exhibition private views by appointment.
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