Topic: exhibitions

Carlisle Photo – Visualising the Home

My series Roots/Home is showing at Carlisle Photo.

Usual opening hours are Monday-Friday 10.00-16.00.

exhibition 26th june - 21st july 2017

You are most welcome to attend the open viewing:
Venue: The Vallum Gallery, University of Cumbria, Brampton Road, Carlisle, CA3 9AY, UK
Date:    Thursday 13th July 2017

Time:    17.30-19.30


textiel factorij update

My part of the Textiel Factorij project included the opportunity to spend a few weeks in India doing research into the arts and crafts techniques used during the age of textile trade between the Netherlands and India. I have been working with craftspeople in Gujarat (Mata ni Pachedi artisans, who paint textiles used in the worship of Hindu goddesses, and who also use block printing to aid their production; Block-carvers in Pethapur; Digital fabrication expertise and the FabLab in Ahmedabad CEPT University.) The theme of my project is automation.

I have recently started a blog about my project Signature Print, and I still have a lot to document!

The artwork outcome of the project will be presented at Museumfabriek (formerly Twentse Welle Museum) in Enschede, the Netherlands, in 2018.




exhibiting in the AMC

Hillscape and Inversion are on display in the AMC in display cabinet number 8 until the start of January 2017


update: both these pieces have been sold!

Amsterdam Medisch Centrum

Meibergdreef 9

Amsterdam 1105AZ


exhibition Quiet/Stilte at Witte Voet galerie


An exhibition by Sujata Majumdar, Tamar Rozenblat and Siobhan Wall


I will exhibit meditative moments in the city.

Please do come and see the exhibition and join us for the opening –


Galerie de Witte Voet, Kerkstraat 135, 1017 GE, Amsterdam

Thursday July 14th to Sunday August 14th 2016

Opening Thursday July 14th, 16.30 – 19.30

textiel factorij

I have been selected to collaborate on the textiel factorij – an artistic research project based on the mutual heritage between India and the Netherlands, inspired by the textile trade during the Golden Age. More news to follow!

Featured artist of the month November 2015 at Gallery 202


many thanks to Gallery 202 for featuring me as artist of the month in november!


Matter. Place. An Other – Gallery202

hillscapes and dissolution/mapping from scapes ii is exhibited in gallery202’s ‘Matter. Place. An Other


There is a subtle sense of the liminal that unifies the works in this exhibition; they all in some way wander on the threshold of the unknown.



chemcraft 30th july in london

‘natural graffiti’

will be exhibited (60x60cm, edition 1/8) in London as part of CHEMCRAFTFor the Love of Chemistry : Aesthetic Forms and Their Opposites, curated by CMProjects. The exhibition runs 28th July to 2nd August 2015. 

Espacio Gallery, 159 Bethnal Green Road, London, E2 7DG

launch party on 30th July 6-9pm 

talk on science & art in association with Ideas Matter Sphere 1st August 3-5pm.

more info on exhibition facebook page 


>> thanks to everyone who came! <<

New Dawn in 2015!

happy new year!

see my portfolio in new dawn on 1st January and GUP magazine 6th January 

four of my works are currently hanging (till end jan 2015) in ‘the weekend show’, Keizersgracht 82, amsterdam.  


lab111 ‘stay overnight’ group exhibition with roel brekelmans, awoiska van der molen, curated by rieke righolt

Regular opening times are:

Monday – Friday 9.30 – 23.00h

Saturday & Sunday 14.00 – 23.00h


The works of these three photographers suggest an intense experience of the depicted landscapes. Scenes that at first seem recognisable and unimportant become layered through the framing and use of light – making it almost obligatory for one to stop 
and contemplate. For the exhibition, in which interaction was made possible between a more established and two emerging artists, the exhibition site was of great importance. 
At night, the imposing building at Arie Biemondstraat 111 – originally housing an anatomical pathology laboratory – offers a poetic sight and seems to go back to the life 
and work that once took place there. Similarly, the urban landscapes in the photos seem palimpsests: worn and re-used parchments on which earlier texts are still partially readable.