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  1. Shubhangi Singh’s practice often draws upon existing knowledges to address movement, identity, queries related to the body and its relationship with the environment. Singh considers ideas of absence and absenting in her work as a way of reflecting upon what is visible, particularly in relation to history, memory and the labour of memorialising. Working across media, from text to moving image and site-specific installations, Singh’s works are routinely suspended between fiction and non-fiction, often adopting the position of an unreliable narrator.

  2. Singh’s works have shown at the Whitechapel Gallery (London), Oulu Art Museum (Finland), Survival Kit (Riga), Rakkautta ja Anarkiaa (Helsinki), Artishok Biennial (Tallinn), Third Space (Helsinki), Festival Les Instants Video (Milan), BideoDromo, (Bilbao), Cairo Video Festival (Cairo), Experimental Film, Audio and Performance Festival (Florianópolis), IDSFFK (Kerala) and Athens Digital Art Festival (Athens) amongst other venues.

  3. Singh holds a Master’s degree in Visual Cultures, Curating and Contemporary Art from Aalto University and is the co-founder of New City Limits, an initiative to facilitate creative viewing and practice in Navi Mumbai, India. She currently lives and works in Helsinki. 


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