ABOUT THE PROJECT
It celebrates the lives and experiences of first generation South Asian migrant women living in the UK. Using oral histories, film, photographs and sound, Dawinder Bansal explores the relationships between the women, driving and their cars. The installation will highlight the positive impact of these stories on future generations of British Asian women who now benefit from the sacrifices of the first generation who battled against patriarchy and traditional family structures to gain independence.
Exhibition dates: 25th May - 29th June 2019.
Location: The British Muslim School, Latifiah Fultali Complex, Lodge Road, West Bromwich, B70 8NX.
Opening times: Wed - Sat: 11AM - 4PM
The artist of this project, Dawinder Bansal is continuing to gather photos and stories about Asian women & their cars - past and present from around the world.
There are hundreds of fantastic stories and pictures which are hidden away. We would like to gather your images to feature on our website and within a brand new exhibition in 2020.
ABOUT THE ARTIST
Dawinder Bansal is an award-winning British producer and artist. She has a track record of creating brand new stage shows and immersive art installations by weaving cultural heritage and contemporary stories into her work.
Her production for London’s Southbank Centre, Mother Tongues from Farther Lands, was a finalist for Best Stage Production 2017 in ITV’s Asian Media Awards. Dawinder’s more recent commission ‘Making of a South Asian Wedding’ (National Festival of Making) is sighted by ACE Creative People & Places programme as a leading example and best practice for creating work with and for diverse communities. As a consultant, she uses her expertise to help mid-large scale arts organisations and festivals to achieve diverse and non-arts attending audience engagement.