The dangler, Radhika Kimji, dimensions variable, 2008, acrylic on metal. Photo Thierry Bal.
Radhika Khimji studied at the Slade School of Fine Art, and the Royal Academy of Fine Art in London. Khimji's practice is informed primarily by the materiality and physicality of a making process. The surface of the object under construction is built up over time and the image is the residue of travelling on this very surface. Marks cover fragmented body shapes or drawings of images from popular culture. Khimji has shown widely in the UK and Europe. She has exhibited with Bose Pacia / Nature Morte at several international art fairs, at Nature Morte New Delhi, and at Bose Pacia New York. Khimji lives and works in Muscat and London.
Khimji exhibits in Iniva's 'Progress Reports: art in an era of diversity' exhibition (28 January - 13 March 2010).