Belonging to a country, which is under the shadows of brutal war and civilian outburst, has affected everyone on an individual and collective scale. The impasse of supporting these wars and massacres in the name of religion, terrorism or nation and then whining over spilt milk is quite ironic. It is perhaps impossible to divorce oneself from the ongoing situation here; therefore Imrana’s work is a hybrid form of imagination and realities.
Her work speaks about, defines and shapes the Glocal (Global and Local) landscape and things inspired from the visuals, icons, culture and series of fortunate (unfortunate) events which is very well informed with the presence of colliding activities in our socio-political arena; the glorious events and happenings around us on a daily basis from political dialogues to bizarre talks. It interrogates and enlightens the world we develop and live in by constructing, deconstructing and then reconstructing it again and again i.e. the transmutations in the form of weaves. Imrana believes all we can do with these manifestations of chaos and tension, is to reshape them into beauty, hope and wit: into possibilities that move us towards some semblance of a restored humanity.