“Hassan began taking photographs as a hobby and is now very keen on making a profession out of it.” Haseeb Chishti interviews Syed Hassan Pasha.Read More
“The presence of an audience is nice, the vindication of recognition and even the money you get for hard work is nice too, but it can’t beat the satisfaction of creating something. The final piece on display for all to view has an existence like no other.”
Shameen Arshad interviews Faraz Aamer Khan.
“‘Home’ is a really abstract concept. I like to move, so I consider wherever I am a ‘little home’ in some sense.” Noah Klein interviews Daniela Stubbs.Read More
“Being a woman, I think that feminism cannot be divorced from my art.”
John Robert Lee interviews Shallon Fadlien.
“What drives me? Madness I think. I just can’t stop.” Haseeb Ali Chrishti interviews Albin Talik.Read More
“Society also plays a role by responding to an artist’s work, and their reaction — whether positive or negative, influences the artists’ decision to make more of such work or not.” Shameen Arshad interviews Shanzay Subzwari.Read More
“As both a woman and someone who has struggled as an LGBTQ individual, I can easily discuss concerns that arise from both identities.” Varda Nisar interviews LGBTQ artist for social change Devon Reiffer.Read More
“The responsibility of the artist definitely increases when creating public art. It puts upon them the burden of decency and simplicity.” Shameen Arshad interviews Atif Khan.Read More
“Escape Artists is a representation of my brain’s thought patterns. I love all art forms and have always enjoyed experiencing art on all levels through all mediums.” Noah Klein interviews Jasmine Castillo of the Escape Artists Collective.Read More
“Her practice is about exploring herself, and she uses numerous tools to weave her narratives.” Shameen Arshad interviews artist Alia Bilgrami.Read More