'Splintered, fractured maps, diagrams, designs, yantras, schematic, angular, black and white. Zarina describes a world in her prints that is unpeopled yet it is a world that resonates with the most basic of human emotions of needing to know where one belongs. She questions identity, the meaning of home, the desire for roots, in a entirely abstract way, and in her most recent series of prints, Cities, Countries and Borders, she questions the very notion of safety, security and refuge.' - extracted from essay by Mary-Ann Milford Lutzker.
The is the catalogue of Zarina's solo exhibition at Gallery Chemould and Gallery Espace in 2004.