Published May/June 2018 issue of ArtAsiaPacific. To read full article, visit the magazine's Digital Library.
“Amiable and expressive, Banerjee inhabits a world constructed of metaphors and symbols. An apple is an apple, until it is not—some days it represents a location, a cold place where the fruit grows; other days, it is the tale of sin, of Adam and Eve. Her sculptural assemblages of found and sourced objects that she has been making since the mid-1990s and which have been shown in institutions and festivals worldwide, act as translation vessels for these historical-social symbols.”