Poulomi Desai is a self-taught, outsider, multi-media artist since 1979. Desai was born in London, England. Originally inspired by a street theatre background, her works are performative, textual, image based, and acoustic. She works with collaborative working processes which evolve through research, learning and action to examine the elusive, creating large scale photographs and outdoor sound installations. Commission and Exhibitions include The Serpentine Gallery, London, The Queens Museum, New York, The Oxford Gallery, Kolkatta, and The Photographers Gallery, London.
Books include "Red Threads" (published by Millivres), "Different" (published by Phaidon). Creative Camera, Dazed and Confused, British Journal of Photography, The Guardian, and the New York Times.
- Art on the Underground - Red Threads
- Interview with Poulomi Desai (Usurp gallery) | Harrow Community Radio
- ART REVIEW; Many Shows and Many Indias - Page 3 - New York Times
- Dakin, Melanie (April 19, 2010). Hair exhibition opens in West Harrow. Waterford Observer. Retrieved on June 5, 2012.
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