Born of an Indian father and a white American mother, Sarina Khan Reddy is a new face of the South Asian immigrant culture in the United States. Her new media work intensely scrutinizes, among other things, the hegemonic underpinnings of
Annu Palakunnathu Matthew’s work is firmly grounded in cross-cultural experience. Professor of Photography at the University of Rhode Island, she appropriates images from diverse sources and juxtaposes them to make incisive comments about displacement, family, social inequities, and cultural memory. I chatted