b. 1971, in West Bengal, India
Mithu Sen performs conceptual and interactive multi format byproducts which include drawing, poetry, moving images, sculptures, installations, sound and others. Her practice manifests human interactions, employing the medium of life to actualize her art production. She constantly (un)defines concepts and their functioning with regard to acceptable modes of interactions, questioning pre-codified hierarchies that define social performance of roles, politics of tabooed identity that marks the other and the plethora of constructs that actualize human existence as a reality. Through radical hospitality, lingual anarchy, counter capitalism, untaboo sexuality and unmonolith identity; the artist persistently explores the void of inbetweeness, where (un)constructs dwell, waiting to be (un)realised.