Artist Chila Kumari Singh Burman recently lit up Tate Britain with her work ‘Remembering a Brave New World’. The commission references mythology, Bollywood, radical feminism, political activism and family memories, bound up in a celebration of neon light and swirling colour.
Art Pass Live are hosting a free event on Wednesday 28 April at 5.30pm with Katy Hessel, curator and host of the Great Women Artists podcast in conversation with Chila to hear more about her career and the Tate Britain commission.
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Chila Kumari Singh Burman
Born in Liverpool, Chila Kumari Singh Burman describes herself as a ‘Punjabi Liverpudlian’ who likes to combine her Indian roots with popular culture. She creates art that is fun but also makes you think. She likes using unexpected styles and techniques to create her masterpieces. She loves the energy of different colours. Her work includes collage, printmaking and video.