Female Artist Feature’, Girls Club Asia, 2019

Miss British explores the problematic legacy of colonialism in Singapore’, The Straits Times, 2019

Miss British: Embodying the Post-Colonial Complaint’, Arts Equator, 2019

xhe: Caught Between a Square and an Octopus’, Arts Equator, 2018

Pallavi with Stillness seductive and intriguing’, Five Lines Asia, 2018

Questioning Society through Movement’, Free Body Project, 2017

Post-performance dialogue for Talking Circles, Movement Research, New York, 2016

“Celebration of the feminine, which felt particularly healing at this point.” – Eva Schmidt, Visual Artist, New York

“The sense of you luxuriating in your body, really enjoying the movement, the real sense of deriving a kinesthetic pleasure in what you are doing, that was communicated strongly.” – Bilquis Hijjas, Contemporary Dance Producer, Malaysia

“The kinesthetic awareness was also happening in your face, in your gaze, your gaze would go from hard to soft. How you wanted us to see you and through how you see us.” – Laura Atwell, Artist in Residence, Movement Research, New York