WHERE I WORK
Far from home, a Hazara artist in Sydney looks to family lore and sacred legends to develop a practice drawing attention to a displaced, disenfranchised population.
Winters in Afghanistan are long and bitterly cold. Springtime is pregnant with anticipation, but also marks the start of Taliban fighting season. In April, Taliban fighters detonated a truck bomb in central Kabul, killing 30 and wounding 300. For Pakistan-born, Afghan artist Khadim Ali—based in Australia since 2010 on a distinguished…