James Khati is a Kathmandu based artist who is originally from Chitwan district of Nepal. He calls himself more as a visual poet working on the ideas of memorabilia, as he is very open to ideas, situations and opinions and believes that he is still finding his own voice for storytelling in a very experimental and physically cathartic manner.
The imageries used in his works are usually photographic references of a diverse range of moments in one’s daily life; whether it is a memorable one or simply abandoned, to which he relates to through communication and realization.
Date: Sunday 5th May, 2019 - 5:00pm
Location: Howard Smith Wharves (5 Boundary St, Brisbane City)