Kamayani Sharma is an independent writer and researcher. A former text editor for ART India, to which she continues to contribute as Delhi correspondent, her critical writing has appeared in Artforum, The White Review, Momus, Critical Collective and Take On Art, as well as in exhibition catalogues.
Jagrut Raval is an Artist, Designer and Educator. His interdisciplinary art practice spans diverse mediums in various scales presented in form of installations, photographic printing techniques, videos, drawings, and appropriation of mass produced and found items.
Dhaivat Mehta is a musician (tabla player), and he has been learning tabla from Dr Aneesh Pradhan since past 14 years. He has studied psychology at the undergraduate level, and music at the graduate level. Currently he has been playing with many musicians from all over India and abroad as well and doing cross cultural exchange programs.
Born in 1972 in Ujjain, Madhya Pradesh, Madhuri Kathe completed a Masters in Painting in 1993 and Masters in Art History in 1995. She went on to gain a doctorate in 1999. She has showcased in solo and group shows and won awards across India. She participated in a residency in Sweden in 2018 and has held solo shows in Mumbai and Bangalore in the past.
Delhi-based Ashish Sahoo studied sculpture at the Kala Bhavan, Visva Bharati University, Shantiniketan, India.
Susiman Rinoshan is a visual artist from Batticaloa Sri Lanka. He has got his Bachelors of Fine
Arts degree from the University of Jaffna Sri Lanka.
Subhashim Goswami is a sociologist and a practicing theatre artist. He teaches Sociology at Shiv Nadar University.
Dohar, a group of folk musicians, took birth in 1999. Dohar is a musical group of international repute – a platform for musicians, who consider this world as a musical bonanza and intend to energise its inhabitants with the melodious power of folk tunes and Tagore songs as two main pillars of Indian music.