Prajna Desai is a graduate of Yale University. She works as a writer and curator in Mumbai. Her book entitled ‘The Indecisive Chicken: Stories and recipes from eight Dharavi cooks’ (2015) uses the lens of everyday cooking to study aesthetics and women’s labour. She has previously published across Frieze, Art in America, Aperture, artforum.com, tcj.com, Caravan-Vantage, guernicamag.com, Biblio, and Open magazine.
Published in: 50.50Legumes vs. labour rights: how Indian women pay for the cost of dal
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