Performing Tibetan Identities
Performing Tibetan Identities is an exciting installation in the heart of one of the world’s most important museums of anthropology and archaeology. Interacting with the Museum’s historic collections, two young Tibetans have devised ways of representing Tibet and their fellow Tibetans.
Dr Laura Van Broekhoven, Director of the Pitt Rivers Museum, says: It is an honour to display the work of one of the most exciting talents to emerge from a new wave of young contemporary Tibetan artists at the Pitt Rivers Museum. Nyema Droma’s portraits bring vibrancy to the Museum and offer possibilities for multiple readings.