Mani Kambo is a multidisciplinary Artist, based in Newcastle upon Tyne. She explores the inner spirit by drawing on her own personal totemic symbols and objects. Influenced by her upbringing in a Sikh household filled with superstition, prayer and religious ceremony. Textile, fabric dying and printmaking are rooted in Kambo’s family history within the caste system. Her work records movement and documents performative actions – the hand that creates the action, fire that reveals, water which is the purifier and eyes that perceive. She focuses on objects, routines and rituals distilled both from the everyday and mythology. Through layering and editing images together she collages narratives and weaves dreamscapes.