Shiwangi’s collection is inspired by the traditional artform of blue pottery from her native city Jaipur. She attended a blue pottery workshop in the city which made her aware of the reduced scope for this traditional hand-made craft due to mass production in contemporary times. For her research, she then connect with the local artisions and also explored the traditional blue pottery motifs which were embedded in the cityscape.

Morphing the blue pottery motifs into distorted shapes symbolises the disruption and obscurity of the traditional crafts in India. It is both a reminder of the fading tradition and the tool bringing it back to life

The final collection consists of nine pieces divided into mini collections, each of which explores a different form of distortion pixilated- glitched- dismantled -melting away