Anusha Alamgir is a multidisciplinary visual artist based in London. She completed her undergraduate degree at the University of Cincinnati in 2017, where she received her Bachelor of Science in Architecture. Following which she spent the next 3 years expanding her practice in New York. Originally from Bangladesh, her work investigates the on-going homogeneity of values in Bengali society due to globalisation, media and the internet. Primarily working with painting and photography her images document the shifting faces of current culture. Her practice expands through the narration of her personal experiences and memories to unveil commentary about contemporary issues.
Currently developing her practice in sculpture, painting and photography, to implement and influence methods of creating new architecture. At the RCA, she is researching the presentation of the female body as a site through notions of self-portrayal, the voyeur gaze, and spaces of performance. Inspired by practices of artists such as Sarah Sitkins, Cindy Sherman, Claude Cahun and Samuel Fusso, her project proposes a filter for the form: A wearable sculptural piece that subverts binary presentations of the self.