Nalini Malani is announced as LIGHTS OUT Scotland artist - 14-18 NOW
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Nalini Malani is announced as LIGHTS OUT Scotland artist

13 May 2014

Nalini Malani is one of four leading international artists invited to make work as part of LIGHTS OUT, our UK-wide event.

Profoundly affected by her own childhood experience of India’s Partition, her work is an extended exploration of conflict. She is particularly interested in the female experience of war and has often returned to the figure of Cassandra, the ignored prophesiser of doom in ancient Greek myth.

Her piece In Search of Vanished Blood will be projected on to a major building in Edinburgh city central.

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