Sabes Sugunasabesan, photographer-poet of the Sri Lankan diaspora, and Anna Laine , Artist-Anthropologist from Sweden, come together in their continuous investigation across South Asia and Europe. Sabes’ ‘The Last Walk to the Beach’, presents reconnections with his homeland and it’s people. He engages with the thirty-year war between the SribLankan Armed Forces and the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE). His works explores the relationship between those directly affected by the war and his response to their plight. Anna’s ‘At Dalits’ Feet’, addresses how lives within South Asian groups and communities, also in their diasporic locations , are implicated by caste. This hierarchical social system is analogous to a bodily order, where the lowest groups are connected with feet. Anna Laine engages with these groups in thevTamil context. She elevates their feet to the guru-position and uses the term Dalitin order to foreground their long-term counter forces.laine has conducted fieldwork with Tamils in South India and the Sri Lankan diaspora since 2004, and has a Finish migratory background. Anna’s new publication with Bloomsbury, ‘Practicing Art and Anthropology: A Transdisciplinay Journey’, will available in the gallery.