Her ledgers and diaries since 1970 in which she has kept records of every dime, cent, riyal, dollar and rupee she has received, spent and saved, when, where, how and on whom  (Contents of her wardrobe series), 2016, Pure pigment print on Platine Rag paper, 35.5 x 45.75 cm
  Her bedside alarm clock that she uses to wakeup for the Fajr prayers  (Contents of her bedside drawer series), 2016, Pure pigment print on Platine Rag paper, 35.5 x 45.75 cm
  She keeps my secondary school Jinnah Cap  (Contents of her bedside drawer), 2016, Pure pigment print on Platine Rag paper, 35.5 x 45.75 cm
  Her husband’s travel toiletry satchel where she now keeps old mementoes including old currency banknotes  (Contents of her wardrobe series), 2016, Pure pigment print on Platine Rag paper, 35.5 x 45.75 cm
  Her vintage Dalima Toffees and Sweets (girl with a fruit basket and Parrot Print Litho) tin box, where she keeps Her precious photo negatives and photographs  (Contents of her bedside drawer series), 2016, Pure pigment print on Platine Rag paper, 35.5 x 45.75 cm
  Her broken eye glasses that are missing their right arm perhaps reminds her of her own right arm, which she broke twice in 2012  (Contents of her bedside drawer series), 2016, Pure pigment print on Platine Rag paper, 35.5 x 45.75 cm, Pure pigment print on Platine Rag paper, 35.5 x 45.75 cm
  Her multi-purpose weighing scale on which she hand-marked 21kg and 30kg to identify weight restrictions for international travel  (Contents of her wardrobe series), 2016, Pure pigment print on Platine Rag paper, 35.5 x 45.75 cm
  She keeps my childhood vintage ‘Blessing’ Harmonica Mouth Organ that is a gift from my father  (Contents of her bedside drawer series), 2016, Pure pigment print on Platine Rag paper, 35.5 x 45.75 cm
 Her old plastic sewing tape measure (Contents of her bedside drawer series) (2016), Pure pigment print on Platine Rag paper, 35.5 x 45.75 cm
  Latch hook (kundi) from the door of her house that she owned in the 1970s and remodelled in 1990  (Contents of her bedside drawer series), 2016, Pure pigment print on Platine Rag paper, 35.5 x 45.75 cm
  Her vintage Dalima Toffees and Sweets (girl with a fruit basket and Parrot Print Litho) tin box, where she keeps Her precious photo negatives and photographs  (Contents of her bedside drawer series), 2016, Pure pigment print on Platine Rag paper, 35.5 x 45.75 cm
   
  
 
  
    
  
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   She still uses her vintage butterfly sewing machine accessories box   (Contents of her bedside drawer series),  Pure pigment print on Platine Rag paper, 35.5 x 45.75 cm
  Her hand-stitched satchel made from leftover fabric, where she stores her old passports and is marked with a handwritten Urdu word for ‘passport’  (Contents of her wardrobe series), 2016, Pure pigment print on Platine Rag paper, 35.5 x 45.75 cm
  Her old handkerchief that is used to wrap unknown paper contents  (Contents of her bedside drawer series), 2016, Pure pigment print on Platine Rag paper, 35.5 x 45.75 cm
  She stores ear buds in their old prescription medicine bottles and keeps them together  (Contents of her bedside drawer series), 2016
   
  
 
  
    
  
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   She still uses her vintage sewing scissors and never ever allows anyone to cut paper with them   (Contents of her bedside drawer series),  2016, Pure pigment print on Platine Rag paper, 35.5 x 45.75 cm
  Her broken antique ornate silver frame where she once displayed her own or husband’s old black and white photograph  (Contents of her bedside drawer series), 2016 
  Her mother’s round clay tablet for Tayammum (dry ablution for prayers) that she is now using in her memory  (Contents of her bedside drawer series), 2016, Pure pigment print on Platine Rag paper, 35.5 x 45.75 cm
  Her eldest son's 70z style winter coat that she has been using as a storage unit for important letters, jeweller's record, eye glasses, medical prescriptions, family ID cards, important house, locker and suitcase keys, safety pins, and found and broken items that need mending  (Contents of her wardrobe series), 2016, Pure pigment print on Cotton Rag paper, 76.25 x 53.25 cm
   
  
 
  
    
  
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   Her youngest son’s school jacket that she has been using to as a storage unit for everyday utility bills, servants salary envelopes, everyday house budget envelopes, and small tools such as stack of safety pins and paper pins (Contents of her wardrobe series),  Pure pigment print on Cotton Rag paper, 76.25 x 53.25 cm
 Installation View, Canvas Gallery, Karachi
 Installation View, Canvas Gallery, Karachi
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