WELCOME TO MY CRIB
Shoes off and thank you kind Sirs, Ladies and NBs
Tarrine Khanom is an all-rounded Bengali British creative with her hand in every cookie jar. Her viewpoint is through poetry and digital art. Through her written work, she reminds women and others of their power. Creating a space that challenges notions of our societal and cultural infrastructures and any other bullshit. Delivering a message through words to sink you in and to question.
Her art has elements of intellectual open-mindedness and often takes a free-flowing multimedia form. No worry about being in the same space creatively and being repetitive because beauty also lies in the mundane. Always shifting to different spaces and mediums.
Work ranging from painting, drawing, photography, collages etc.
With work published in magazines and platforms such as Juicedroplet, T-art press etc and as a workshop facilitator, Host, Spoken word artist for several years.
Here is a taste of what I have created but are not limited to. As you can see it is all varied, so I am happy to go where needed.
I have more work published on my linktree site, which is right at the bottom of this site.
PROTOTYPE VIA D&AD CREATION
These pieces you see below are work I have specifically made in the physical location of the D&AD office to see how truly inspired I can be from their environment
Change happens by force not by asking
Recognise the Vessel & Worth you are
I RISE: POETRY VIDEO
I Rise is inspired by Maya Angelou. A story about how as a female we are told so many things, from all sections. Poked and prodded with no consideration. Reclaiming and showing the power that we have that cannot be moulded into theirs.
Art is a part of you so recognise for what it is
WORK COMING NEAR YOU 2022
Photography series portraying British South Asian females in their real skin
Zine, female origin
Mini ebook of responses to the latest questionable ads
Directory for Asian & Muslim talent and businesses
South Asian Mental Health Platform
The Preventative Measure
Obsession series through video and e-book