Her paintings focus upon notions of locality and identity, exploring recent histories of migration and diaspora. Her imagery derives from personal archives and memories centering upon British South Asian life in the 1970/80s. Her work depicts working class landscapes drawing attention to cultural difference (and similarities) and the less seen.
Selected exhibitions include:
Stellatus Re-Visited, Site Gallery (2019)
The Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy of Arts (2019 and 2020)
Home and Unhome, Sichuan Fine Arts Institute, Chongqing (2020)
Florilegium, The Royal College of Physicians (2018)
Painting Now, Studio One Gallery (2017)
Lives, Loves and Loss, National Trust, Fenton House, (2016)
The Trouble with Painting Today, Pump House Gallery (2015)
Forget-Me-Knot, Pitzhanger Manor Gallery (2013)
We were Trying to Make Sense, 1 Shantiroad, Bangalore (2013)
Jerwood Drawing Prize (2011)
The Mausoleum of Lost Objects, inIVA (2008).