Aarti Sunder

Aarti Sunder is an artist living and working in India. She works with moving images, writing and drawing. Her interest lies within techno-politics, focusing on the study of infrastructure – from contemporary labour practices, fictional edges of protest, myth, and digital-terrestrial play to expanded platform politics. Sunder has exhibited her work at the Singapore Biennale 22,  Shanti Road Studio Gallery,  HKW Berlin, MIT, Warehouse421, Goethe Institut, Kunstverein Leipzig, bauhaus imaginista, ISCP New York and the Museum of Yugoslav History. She has received grants and fellowships from ArtEZ University of the Arts, MIT, Sommer Akademie Paul Klee, Ashkal Alwan, Harvard FSC Film Center, Sarai and Khoj.



Learn more about Aarti Sunder’s 20 minute presentation (live) Drawing on a 1:1 scale for Do The Right Thing! - DAI's 3 day marathon of acts, lectures and performances of July 2015 in Arnhem, the Netherlands.

Learn more about Aarti Sunder's written MA thesis (DAI, 2015): Compatibility Mode

In the academic year 2019-2020 Aarti Sunder returned to DAI as Guest Respondent to the Kitchen.

Follow Aarti Sunder's "Life after DAI" on Twitter and Instagram