In Barbie & Pithora there is a convergence of cultures both in the imagery and the given title. A young girl knells as she plays with a barbie doll, a symbol of western concepts of beauty and consumerism. Flanking her on both sides like guardians are two African sculptures. While in the background are galloping horses referencing Indian folk paintings. The mirror to the left of the young girl acts as a symbol of self-analysis and raises questions on identity as these cultural forms confront each other.