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The loss of silence and celebration of found.

Fiber installation telling the story of bond and knots of love made through the journey of loss.

The piece is an abstract figure of an Indian married woman. The red part of cloth passing through the centre represents sindoor, a red coloured powder used in the parting of our hair if you are married. We are connected to a plaster bowl on the floor, keeping in touch with her roots.


The work represents Bindi, a red dot on the forehead of an Indian married woman.

Silence of loss

An empty frame represents the loss of my father haven't seen him for 23 years. The string rolling down and the string ball represent the bond and knot I tied with his soul.


You are moved from your root forcefully. It doesn't belong where it is now.

printed lines of life

The work is a mixture of thoughts, memories and identity. The lines represent the complication of the path I walked and its diversity.

Jhuma Dutta

Final year project

Tapestry Of Memories


September 2019 - Group exhibition, Nehru Centre London (High Commission of India)
November 2020 - Online Group Exhibition, ARTSTEPS.COM, Charnwood Arts.

Work Experience

1999 September to February 2004 - Greendale International school, Dhaka, Bangladesh. Art Craft Teacher

2005 May to November 2009 - Naga charity organization, Milano, Italy.
Volunteer. Helped people to explain their problem by translating in ENGLISH, ITALIAN, BANGLA, HINDI, and URDU languages.

Teaching experience in Loughborough college - LEVEL 3- Art and Design.