Searching for Kummo

Elise Connor – Searching for Kummo

A family. The starting point is the colonisation of India. The only records we have are of the English men who settled there. The Indian women, their culture and identity were lost, erased. The only one we have left is called Kummo. When my grandfather Lionel arrived in London, he moved to Southall. This suburb is now known as “Little India”. The streets and signs are a testament to its cultural mix. This book aims to tell the suspended stories of my family and the visual forms they have taken, and sheds light on the women that have been erased by history.

Diploma project (2020) by Elise Connor

Professors
Jonathan Hares, Guy Meldem
Know-how
imagemaking, editorial
Searching for Kummo
Searching for Kummo
Searching for Kummo
Searching for Kummo
Searching for Kummo
Searching for Kummo
Searching for Kummo
Searching for Kummo
Searching for Kummo
Searching for Kummo
Searching for Kummo

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