Ananya Mishra reports on ‘Lala Rukh’s Life and Legacy: A Panel Discussion’ for Tate Research

Image credit: Lala Rukh, Rupak (2016), drawings from a series of eighty-eight, installation view, Athens Conservatoire (Odeion), Athens, documenta 14, 2017, photo: Mathias Völzke

Ananya Mishra reports for Tate Research on an online panel discussion on the life, legacy and enduring activism of Pakistani artist Lala Rukh, with particular focus on her work Rupak 2016. The event was organised by Hyundai Tate Research Centre: Transnational and took place remotely on 2 October 2020.

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Ananya Mishra is a PhD researcher at the University of Cambridge  (Faculty of English and Corpus Christi College) working on indigenous literatures and movements from India, Australia and North America. She co-founded Untold Histories Museum Tours and Bread Theatre and Film Company, an initiative that curates and supports minority narratives in Cambridge.