Anuj Daga is an architect, writer and curator based in Mumbai. His practice is informed by diverse engagements in fields of design, research and academia that have resulted in numerous roles as writer, critic, commentator, theorist or interlocutor in the cultural field. Anuj has worked with several cultural institutions including Max Mueller Bhavan Mumbai, CRIT – Mumbai, MoMA – New York and CAMP – Mumbai in different capacities. He has been the Curatorial Assistant for the visual arts project “Young Subcontinent” since first organized by Serendipity Arts Foundation in Goa in 2016 until 2018 as well as ‘When is Space?’ commissioned by the Jawahar Kala Kendra in Jaipur (2018). He has keen interest in studying the processes of visual culture and meaning-making in the contemporary built environment in South Asia. Currently he is an Assistant Professor at the School of Environment & Architecture, Mumbai.

Chandita Mukherjee is a documentary film maker and has extensively explored the links between science, technology and society through her work. Working out of Comet Media Foundation, her main interest is in the ways that people understand the world and act on it. She has closely explored a range of knowledge systems, produced films, brought out publications, organised learning festivals and offered training programmes, winning national and international recognition for her work.


Bharati Kapadia is an artist, graphic designer, art consultant and performer. She has been engaged with the visual arts in various capacities for over four decades. As an artist, she has shown widely in India and at international venues in New York, Boston, Vienna, Munich, Istanbul and has participated in residencies in India, US and Spain. As graphic designer she has designed books, catalogues, posters, executed turnkey exhibition projects and been an art consultant for several Indian art collectors. Her performance and video work have been shown at festivals in India and abroad. She has curated art exhibitions and served on several art related platforms.