Anusha Alamgir is a multidisciplinary visual artist from Bangladesh. Primarily working with photography, her images document the shifting faces of current culture. Her work aims to reclaim ownership of our lived experiences, through the documentation of the mundane.
Rajlakhkhi is a photo that was taken midday outside the multi-storey shopping centre Rajlakhkhi, in Uttara, the northern part of Dhaka city, the capital of Bangladesh. This photo captures a particular moment where the symbiotic relationship of rural and urban life meets.
“Encompassing where I am in life, as a South Asian person living in the UK. Although trying to navigate this country with its pre-established rules and regulations of decorum, as an artist I am building a life that seems to be organically tinkering away from these imaginary rules.”