Rujuta Rao’s tinctures for fictional cocktails consist of pieces of clothing which have been worn by people who were close to her, and loved by her, submerged in jars of alcohol. The work considers both memory and preservation: combined with the disembodied garments, the liquids become infusions of their previous wearer. This subtle process is one Chandrima Bhattacharya describes as seeming to ‘combine calm and deviance in equal measure.’