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Ghar Kaha hai (Where is Home?)

 Ghar Kaha Hai? (Where is Home?) Anushray Singh Time-Based Media Art and Photo Exhibit January 9 – February 2, 2024 Third Space: Places, Spaces and Idea of ‘Home’ is a seminal work building on the MFA Thesis show Ghar Kaha Hai? (Where is Home?) (2020). The exhibit expresses Anushray Singh’s continuous exploration of the concept of ‘Third Space’ through the perspective of immigration, identity, nostalgia, longing, abandonment, memory, and homeliness. Through photographs and time-based media, audiences are immersed in the complex and nuanced identity involved in the homemaking of immigration. 

S’eliyemetaxwtexw Art Gallery, Room B136, B Building University of the Fraser Valley 33844 King Road, Abbotsford BC, Canada

Phase 2 of Ghar Kaha Hai? Where is Home?
 Documentary. Art show.

50 diverse people from primarily South Asian communities will be asked about the meaning of home, migration, belonging, and identity.  

Jyotika is a full time high school teacher and part time writer and tarot reader. She enjoys hikes and long walks in nature or on beaches, and is also an avid cook. Her favourite dish to make currently is a Mexican soup called pazole. She loves to travel and has a long list of destinations on her wishlist that she hopes to cross off in the years to come.

Munish Sharma is an actor, writer and producer. Born in Regina, Saskatchewan Munish graduated from the University of Regina in 2006 and  moved to Vancouver in 2007. He began his career as the co-creator of the hit underground cult sketch group, I can't Believe it's not Butter Chicken from 2008 to 2012. His first work as a playwright, Mrs. Singh and Me won Pick of the fringe honours at the Vancouver Fringe Festival in 2015. He has written a few more shows since then, the most recent being the play #34about the life of the late great CFL legend George Reed which premiered in 2022 at Regina's Globe Theatre. He is currently in rehearsals for his fourth season with Bard on the Beach, Vancouver's premiere Shakespeare festival.  Munish also plays Bhima, in Whynot Theatre’s adaptation of the ancient epic Mahabharata, which premiered in 2023 at the Shaw Festival and at the Barbican Theatre in London England last fall, with a world tour on the horizon in 2025. He’s grateful for the support of his family and friends

Aditi Doshi was Born and raised in Mumbai, moved to Canada over 10 years back. Vfx artist by profession. Loves to explore, travel and photography. She explores idea about home, relationships and identity as a woman across India and Canada. In her interview for this project, she opens up to reflect on cultural nuances and experiences of being at home and away from home, as states of emotions and belonging.