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Himali Singh Soin

Himali is a writer and artist based between London and Delhi. She uses metaphors from outer space and the natural environment to construct imaginary cosmologies of interferences, entanglements, deep voids, debris, delays, alienation, distance and intimacy. In doing this, she thinks through ecological loss, and the loss of home, seeking shelter somewhere in the radicality of love.

Selected recent exhibitions and events include The Deep Listener at Serpentine Park Nights, London; subcontinentment at Whitechapel gallery curated by Block Universe, London; Comparative Futurisms, Afro-Asian Perspectives on the Future, Art Basel; thinking like an island at St. Paul’s Cathedral, London, Giving Birth in Beauty at King’s College curated by Birthrites and Pro.Create, London, all 2019; Lapsus/Kairos at Serendipity Arts Festival, Goa; iilwimi lipsing at Primary, Nottingham; To Tehran in my Dreams at Brick Bar, Riga; Silicontology for 'Adventitious Encounters' at Open Space Contemporary, London, all 2018.


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Himali Singh Soin

Himali is a writer and artist based between London and Delhi. She uses metaphors from outer space and the natural environment to construct imaginary cosmologies of interferences, entanglements, deep voids, debris, delays, alienation, distance and intimacy. In doing this, she thinks through ecological loss, and the loss of home, seeking shelter somewhere in the radicality of love.

Selected recent exhibitions and events include The Deep Listener at Serpentine Park Nights, London; subcontinentment at Whitechapel gallery curated by Block Universe, London; Comparative Futurisms, Afro-Asian Perspectives on the Future, Art Basel; thinking like an island at St. Paul’s Cathedral, London, Giving Birth in Beauty at King’s College curated by Birthrites and Pro.Create, London, all 2019; Lapsus/Kairos at Serendipity Arts Festival, Goa; iilwimi lipsing at Primary, Nottingham; To Tehran in my Dreams at Brick Bar, Riga; Silicontology for 'Adventitious Encounters' at Open Space Contemporary, London, all 2018.