Some works from Final Year Foundation Art Exhitbition at Cambridge (CATS) 1996

Posted by , 16.09.2012, 1:54 pm

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Exploring human form, suffering, & measurements. Most of the work were for the sake of learning the process and techniques, but had to find a context which would take a form that could be made & be seen and assessed.  

May Contain Nuts Exhibition at Shoreditch London 98’/ Final Exhibition Cambridge ’96

Posted by , 16.09.2012, 1:37 pm

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Art Exhibition held at 291 Gallery, Shoreditch, with group of 10 Artists specializing in diverse mediums. My work was an exploration of Human Anatomy, Islamic Art/ Music & struggles The participants include 10 artists from Surrey Institute of Art & Design/ some work they were experimenting for their final exhibition. The Exhibition was curated by 291 Gallery Shoreditch, London. Works included Photography, multimedia, video installation, sculpture, etc. Process included experimenting with different mediums to recreate human form, structure, being not unlike Frankenstein, but with fewer resources, with less scientific intent, but more for the sake of giving life to a piece of Artwork.  


Posted by , 23.06.2012, 1:34 pm

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Handicap International began its activities in the Maldives following the Tsunami of December 26, 2004. In 2007 the organisation launched a project to support those promoting the social participation and autonomy of people with disabilities in various fields: social and sports activities, work, education, language, access to information and awareness raising on the issue of disability. The following testimonies give an insight into life in the Maldives for people with disabilities. HANDICAP INTERNATIONAL     Written by Ifham Niyaz for Handicap International Concept, Design, Photography & Layout by mooinc Download PDF versions