Nabanita Guha’s Bengali heritage is a direct link to the conception of the figures. In a surreal landscape human beings wander with animals and mythological creatures. She weaves them into her canvas with paint and a fine thread running through. With this intimacy the process of creation manipulates the materials in a way that pays tribute to both the real and the imagined aspects of her life. Embedded in them are animal, god and goddess meticulously reproduced from the commercial stickers that flash by on a local bus or decorate the fridge in the living room.