Shruti Chamaria
bangaloREsident-Expanded@Lichtenberg Studios

Shruti Chamaria © Shruti Chamaria Born in Bangalore, India, Shruti Chamaria graduated from the Royal College of Art, London in 2017, after working as a graphic designer for a few years for organisations such as Alternative Law Forum (Bangalore, 2009), Studio Thomas Buxo (Amsterdam, 2010), CSCS (Bangalore, 2011), Art Asia Pacific (Hong Kong, 2012), CIS (Bangalore, 2014), Mumbai Art Room (Mumbai, 2015) and 1 Shanthi Road (Bangalore, 2007-17).

Her practice deals with hyperreality of spaces, objects and memories, and her work in this regard has been shown at Rotterdam Photo Festival (2018), Offprint - Tate Modern (2018), Athens Photo Festival (2018) and J Book Show at Cork Photo Festival (2018). Her publication How to Sit for the Camera (2018) is also distributed by A6 Books, a subsidiary project of the London Centre for Book Arts (London), as well as MoMA PS1 (New York) and Printed Matter (New York).

At Lichtenberg Studios, Shruti will work with photography and printmaking to explore the photoautomats of Berlin as sites of everyday encounter between people, portraiture, reality and imagination.