“Studying design in India and pursuing the multidimensionality of the discipline gave me a lot of exposure to not only design but helped sensitize myself to observe the heritage, culture, the stereotypes, socio-political aspects of the country and the community. As a scenographer and an exhibition designer, my current practice allows me to constantly indulge in narratives and story-telling, the basis of every thematic exercise. I began working with digital montages in 2017, applying the same knowledge of building narratives, only in a two-dimensional space, creating provocative juxtapositions to explore the concepts that intrigued me. “
Sarah Kaushik pursued studies in Product Design at the Indian Institute of Crafts & Design, Jaipur. After graduating, she lived in Delhi and ventured into various fields of design by chance and a willingness to learn. She worked with several designers, from permanent to temporary exhibition design to lighting design, curation, environmental branding, and signage design. In the last three years, her practice took the direction of working as a visual artist through the medium of digital collaging. Sarah is currently based in The Netherlands, pursuing a Master’s degree in Scenography and expanding her practice.