Hardeep Pandhal’s luridly iconoclastic digital animations, drawings, textile work and multimedia installations confront the toxic legacies of empire. His art makes direct reference to his Sikh heritage and to the many types of racism that he has experienced. Layered narratives – delivered via rap and elliptical wordplay, comics and video games – excavate tangled histories of post-colonialism and misogyny, reflecting what he calls the ‘exaggerated madness’ of real life.
Hardeep Pandhal (born 1985, Birmingham) lives and works in Glasgow. Pandhal studied at Leeds Metropolitan University and The Glasgow School of Art.
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