Guilty about not being guilty explores the paradoxes experienced as a daughter, young girl growing up in India in early 19990's. The work investigates the duality of traditional and contemporary values women still struggle with.

In this work, I am questioning the social norms through the relationship with the matriarch that exists within the bounds of Indian society and culture. The Matriarch is the protector, the guard of the traditions, the keeper of secrets, the former of false feminine, the swing oscillating between past and present.

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