Huma Mulji works across media, moving between sculptural installation, photography, painting, collage and drawing. Observing the everyday within intimate urban geographies, the works echo a nebulous combination of the dysfunctional, the heroic, sorrowful and the resilient; deliberately awkward, they mine out failure, the futile, and the funny. Amongst the horror and absurd, the works stand as unwieldy, inconvenient witnesses, imbuing a formal and material anti-heroism.
Mulji’s participation in recent exhibitions includes In the Open and in Stealth MACBA, Barcelona (2018), We look at Animals Because, Critical Distance Center for Curators, Toronto, Canada (2018), Witness, Karachi Biennale 2017, welcome to what we took from is the state, Queens Museum, New York, USA (2017), A country of Last Things, Koel Gallery, Karachi, (2016), The Great Game, Irani Pavillion, Venice Biennale, (2015) Burning Down the House, 10th Gwangju Biennale, South Korea, (2014). She currently holds a studio at Spike Island, Bristol, and is Lecturer, BA Hons. Fine Art, at Plymouth College of Art and University of the West of England, Bristol.