Bindi Vora is a British-Indian contemporary photographic artist, curator and lecturer. Her practice utilises various analogue processes, often taking inspiration from her everyday surroundings, which include her personal archive. She is interested in the way materials or ephemera can be reused or recycled to create new narratives but can be traced back to other works, almost like interconnected tissues.
Since graduating in 2013 from the University of Westminster with a BA (Hons) in Photographic Arts, her works have been exhibited in several thematic exhibitions in the United Kingdom and across the world including The Photographers’ Gallery (UK); Yinka Shonibare’s Guest Projects (UK); 180 The Strand (UK); Victoria & Albert Museum of Childhood (UK); Phoenix Gallery (UK); Cultural Centre of Belgrade (RS); Benaki Museum (GR); Art Stage, (SG); amongst others. Her works have been published in PYLOT, Capricious Magazine and Loose Associations, and has appeared on various websites including I Heart Women, Hyperallergic, A Corner With; being named as “one to watch” by The Wick Culture in 2021. In 2019, she was commissioned to a create a new work by the Hospital Rooms on behalf of the NHS Psychiatric Intensive Care Unit in Exeter.
Vora’s works have been acquired by The Women’s Art Library at Goldsmith’s University (UK), Franklin Furnace Artist Book Collection / Museum of Modern Art (US), Self-Publish Be Happy at Maison Européenne de la Photographie (FR), Imperial Health Charity (UK), The Hyman Collection (UK) Guy’s & St Thomas’ Foundation (UK) alongside a number of private collections across the world. She lives and works in London, UK.