For me, the psyche is a metaphor and a testimonial, the culmination of our personal experience and history.

As the third daughter in a turbulent Iraqi-Jewish family from Bombay, I felt impelled to explore the psychological legacy that shaped my perceptions, identity, and motivations. My work examines these cultural and family dynamics, with themes of vulnerability, rebirth, gender relationships, and social convention emerging across several series.

My practice encompasses two- and three-dimensional disciplines, including sculpture, digital photo-based imagery, drawing, and painting; the techniques are integrated and combined with a variety of materials, such as textiles, scultpural elements, found objects, and ready-mades which form layers of meaning.