Sonia Khurana

Sonia Khurana was born in 1968 in Saharanpur, Uttar Pradesh. She studied at the Delhi College of Art, New Delhi and the Royal College of Art, London on an INLAKS grant. Her need to go beyond painting has led her towards a variety of media including film, video, photography, performance and installations. A great deal of her work is  in video, which is often the end result of a performance. She uses the temporality of the medium to interrogate the vulnerability of secret desires. Her impulse is to employ the body as a site of contestation even while seeking the self as a form of excess and redundancy. This results in a constant reinvention of the self, marked by a tragic-comic tenor. Currently, she is at the Rijksacademie voor Beeldende Kunsten in Amsterdam. Sonia Khurana lives and works in New Delhi and Amsterdam.

2003  Sweet Nothings (Work in Progress) Multiple Channels (Variable)
2003 Breath Part 2 Single Channel Video. 20/30 Minutes
2002/2003 The World               Single Channel Video. 7 Minutes
2002 Meat Double Channel Video Installation. 6 Minutes Each
2002 Closet Double Channel Video Installation. 9 Minutes Each
2001 To Present Flower Carrier (Earlier Called: Mad Woman...) Single Channel Video. 6 Minutes
2001 To Present White Box Single Channel Video. 15 Minutes
2000 Wailing Well Single Channel Documentary On Performance And Installation 1 Minute 30 Seconds
2000 This Land Is My Land Three Monitor Video Sculpture. 4 Minutes Each
2000 Oratus      Three Monitor Video Sculpture. 2 Minutes Each
2000 The Thing Single Channel Video. 4 Minutes
2000 Lone Women Donít Lie Double Monitor Video Sculpture. 2 Minutes Each
1999 I Eye Single Channel Video. 1 Minute 30 Seconds
1999 Bird Single Channel Video. 2 Minutes
1999 Waters Forgotten Of The Foot Double Channel Video Installation 2 Videos:
Juggler. Single Channel Video. 6 Minutes
Big Sleep. Double Monitor Video Sculpture. 2 Minutes
1998 Breath Photo/Video Installation. 3 Minutes 30 Seconds
1998 Anhad Photo/Video Installation. 3 Minutes 30 Seconds
1998 I Am Tied To My Motherís Womb Double Monitor Video Sculpture. 3 Minutes 30 Seconds