Image taken from visual sequence about subtropical spaces photographed through a magenta coloured plexiglass container soon to appear in Rohini Kapil's upcoming book The Future of Colour.

Rohini Kapil is a British photographic artist living in New York, currently en route to Colorado and dreaming about visiting Ibiza. She studied photography at Central Saint Martins School of Art in London and Bournemouth & Poole College of Art located in the South Coast of England. She has exhibited her work in London and Prague. Recent work is forthcoming in The Encyclopedia Project, Vol. II F-K. Her photographic artwork can also be seen on the covers of Water Damage (Corollary Press, 2007) and Autobiography of a Cyborg (Leroy Press, 2000). Her current body of work focuses on photographing subtropical spaces (rooftops in India) and tropical modern forms (skies, palm trees and objects in Miami) and architecture (balconies in Brooklyn) part of her upcoming book The Future of Colour. For more information, please visit and