In her newest work, Camille Eskell explores the Baghdadi-Jewish experience in India that formed her family history and psychological legacy. These objects or “artifacts” use the fez cap as a foundation and symbol of the family trade established in their adopted Bombay. Melding elements from the Middle Eastern, Indian, and Sephardic traditions, the work examines issues of identity, cultural influence, gender relationships, and the beliefs and attitudes that impacted generations.