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Uncanny Selves. Alserkal Arts Foundation [2022]

​Program Concept
Uncanny Selves was a reading, film screening and discussion program, supported by the Alserkal Foundation. The animating concern was to explore the relationship that humans have to copies of themselves. While people have contended with dolls, puppets, and other lifelike objects since ancient times, these entities have acquired an ontological urgency as a result of technological developments in A.I. and robotics in the last couple of decades. The increase in our encounters with our uncanny selves tends to give rise to anxiety-prone responses, and what we would like to do is explore new vocabularies that articulate the ethical, political, and creative possibilities of human/object coexistence. 

Hyphen Journal | Issue 3.1: Ecologies [2020-2021]

Co-editor in chief

Hyphen Journal | Issue 2: Excess [2019 -2020]


Hyphen Journal is an open-access online journal, initiated by the Hyphen Collective, a doctoral researcher-led initiative which started at the Centre for Research in Art and Media (CREAM) at the University of Westminster. It features a rich diversity of work that explores the interplay between thinking and making. 

The Prana Project [2016]

The Prana Project (filmmaker/ researcher). An interdisciplinary experiment in different ways of conducting and presenting on substance addiction, pharmaceutical drugs, and mental health. Supported by The Watson Institute & Brown India Initiative, Brown University, Providence.  


The Afterlife of Ammi's Betel-nut Box [2012]

In Pao: The Anthology of Comics 1. Penguin Books India

Art work: Ikroop Sandhu | Additional art work: Mitoo Das

London- Delhi: Tales 2010 – 2012 Artist Lab [2009]

A digital arts collaboration with Watermans Arts Centre, London

City Ragas [2008]

Concept and project development team 
A collaborative project between Sarai CSDS and Waag Society, Amsterdam. City Ragas is a playful approach at image making and collaborative story telling, using GPRS enabled cellular phones, between participants in Delhi and Amsterdam. Mobile phones, enabled with cameras, make cell phone photography as an emerging media format. This has made it possible for new players to enter the domain of image making. It changes the way photos are made, viewed, shared and circulated. Played on all weekends of November 2008 

Sarai.txt [2005-07]


A series of 10 experimental quarterly broadsheets, that engaged with research conducted at Sarai CSDS, producing enigmatic image-text associations to unravel new meanings and provocations.

Download Sarai.txt 2.3 | The State You Are In

Call Centres: A Study on Urban Workspaces [2004-05] 
Received the Independent Research Fellowship grant from Sarai CSDS to work on new economy labour in call centres.

The research constituted extensive interviews, documentary observation and critical writing, The materials generated during the course of the fellowship were submitted to Sarai's public archive

Curatorial Contexts 2007-17

Artists’ Film and Video

13th IAWRT’s Asian Women’s Film Festival [2017]


As quiet as possible, as loud as you can | Soundphiles: Sound art from Asia [2016]

IAWRT’s Asian Women’s Film Festival


Many Echoes, Many Worlds | Soundphiles: Sound art from Asia

IAWRT’s Asian Women’s Film Festival [2015]


Soundphiles: Sound art from Asia (Edition # 1)

IAWRT’s Asian Women’s Film Festival [2014]


The FD Zone Delhi Screenings 

India Habitat Centre, Delhi [2013-17]


City as Studio 1.1

Sarai Media Lab (2010-11)

Sarai.EXB: An experimental exhibition series

Sarai Program, Centre for the Study of Developing Societies [2010]


Working Questions: Independent Research & Interdisciplinary Practice

Sarai Program, Centre for the Study of Developing Societies [December 3 - 7, 2007]


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