Based between Delhi and London, Himali Singh Soin’s complex practice embraces numerous outputs, from poetry and writing to film and performance. Her multidisciplinary works employ metaphors from outer space and the natural environment to construct imaginary cosmologies of interference, alienation and intimacy. Inspired by her own journey to the Arctic Circle, Singh Soin received the esteemed Frieze Artist Award in 2019 for her on-going work, we are opposite like that (2017-2022), which interrogates the politics of ecology and language. The artist has since exhibited and performed across the world, with presentations of her work at Block Universe, Migros Museum fur Gegenwartskunst, and Dhaka Art Summit, among other sites. Alongside her partner and longtime collaborator, percussionist David Soin Tappeser, who became a fixture at Tillie’s Jazz nights, Himali presented an immersive reading and screening of her work at Palm Heights. The duo’s residency, which saw them working on plans for an opera, culminated with an ambitious durational performance work, featuring David drumming non-stop while circumnavigating the island of Grand Cayman on a boat.