A series of works made using the technique of 'Multiple Exposures' on film.
First the theme. A seemingly hackneyed and done to death theme 'A tribute to Womanhood' juxtaposes 'images' of women in different roles with contexts/objects like egg-tray, garbage bins and female foeticide campaigns. Some of these contexts/objects are those that might have come to be associated traditionally with the 'images' whereas others are purely imagined.
The technique: Multiple Exposures is an antiquated and almost obsolete (for the digital-age) technique in which multiple images are made on the same part of the film by exposing it more than once while it is still inside the camera. For me it is the protean visual possibilities afforded and unpredictability of the 'composite image' that makes the technique appealing.