While Asma Sultana was a child in Bangladesh the classroom chalkboard opened the door to a magical world of visual expression and self-discovery. Today she use the unique signature of her body to explore her identity in time and place. With the tip of her fingers, using her hair and footprints, she imprints her emotions to canvas or paper, in circular formations symbolic of life’s metamorphosis. She want to speak of her journey, of living different lives, scarred by broken dreams and false hopes and the imitable chaos of her inner and outer world

Moving Forest, 2012, 58"x40" ,Ink and finger Prints on Paper