Shazia Salam's interdisciplinary practice investigates transmission lines involved in cultural production. Her works are often in the form of instructions to participants to engage with corporate agreements, shop signages, children's toys, and other shared instruments of dissemination. It is an invitation to interact - to touch, hold or destroy.
Shazia is interested in environments of work and play. She borrows from their rituals and processes to understand how they communicate cultural codes, ways of being and constructed identities that exists in capitalist systems and speculates futures of belonging.