I am born and raised in a rural village in Odisha, moved to Delhi in 2004 to pursue my M.A degree in History of Art, at National Museum Institute, New Delhi, 2006. I have a bachelor degree in Printmaking from Dhauli College of Art and craft, Bhubaneswar, 2004. My practice has been so far multidisciplinary, I work with video, performance-lecture, and storytelling and writing. Recently curated Kochi Students’ Biennale along with other 14 young curators, as part of Kochi Muziris Biennale 2016. I was a studio resident at Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, Maine, New York in 2016. In March 2015, I was part of Art and Science residency at KHOJ International artist Association, New Delhi. I have been selected for International Creator Residency 2013 and was a resident artist at Tokyo Wonder Site 2014 in Japan. I am a recipient of FICA Emerging Artist Award 2010 and 'City as Studio' Sarai-CSDS Media Lab Associate Fellowship for Contemporary Art and Media Practices. I had my Hirst solo exhibition ‘Kino is the Name of a Forest’ at Vadehra Art Gallery, New Delhi in 2012. I have participated in many curated group exhibitions, art fairs, film festivals, residencies, and workshops. This year I was part of a 10days long workshop on Games conducted by artist Carsten Holler, at Botin Foundation, Santander. I work with WALA an artist collective based in Delhi, we are engaged in public, community and site- speciHic art projects, public performance and guided tour in the city.