Rita Kaur

Rita Kaur, a British Indian, was born in Nottingham in the mid-1960s.  Her early experiences as the daughter of a landlord brought her face to face with people living in poverty and poor social housing. This embedded a seed in her social consciousness, and even at school she became a member of Amnesty International, and later, she became a social worker. More recently, her passion for photography has helped her during challenging periods in her life. Her work in this exhibition centres around the theme of mental health, and explores the question that has driven her to come face to face with her inner self, and the question. ’’Who am I really?’’

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