The Japan Foundation supports Sreejata Roy to exhibit her experience from her Artist – in – Residence program at Tokyo.  She will focus on the other aspect of modern gadgets wherein they alienate people from their immediate surroundings and social world.

Date      :  22nd May ~ 18th July, 2014 (Closed on Sundays and Public Holidays)

Time     : 11:00 ~ 19:00

Venue   : The Japan Foundation, New Delhi
Entry Free

· Opening Talk will be held on Wednesday, 21st May at 18:30



About Sreejata Roy

Ms. Roy is an artist with a particular interest in community-related projects. She is deeply interested in exploring the new labour practices that have developed in the neo-liberal political/economic environment, as an articulation and consequence of globalisation, and the impact of such practices upon deeply gendered work experience.

She has completed her M.Phil. in Media Art from Coventry School of Art and Design, Coventry University, UK in 2001-2005. Presently working with ‘Ankur Society for Alternatives in Education’ through variety of forms of art practices connected to public spaces in the low income colonies in New Delhi. She is also being associated as a researcher for IFA (Indian Foundation for Arts) Project with CCMG (Centre for Culture Media and Governance) Jamia Millia Islamia University.