Much of his work resembles portraiture, focusing on one woman in a theatrical, jungle-like scene. In Woman on Horseback (2014), a young lady sits backwards on a small pony. The two are surrounded by a scrim printed with vertiginous plants, beyond which can be seen the sea and a cloudy sky. Except for a pink shoe, the woman’s body is clothed only in images, which overlap and intrude on one another in a dream-like way. Kachacheewa uses a similar image in Pool Party (2014), in which two girls sit back-to-back, making similar gestures. One is naturalistically rendered; the other is a silhouette composed of similarly interwoven scenes, like the girl on the horse. They are also, again, backed by a theatrical inset of a plant.