Imran Ali Khan is a writer and researcher and sometimes he makes images too. He uses stories as maps to help him find his way. Imran’s last project, entitled Kiski Kahani: The Ramayana Project, looked at ways in which the Ramayana, in its many diverse retellings and forms, could be archived and documented. Drawing from this, his current project works specifically with an area at the foothills of the Himalayas, in an attempt to understand the ways in which space and time use the vocabulary of memory to inform ritual performances.
Mumbai / India — Humanities, Solitude fellow 2015–2017