Sneha often works on long-term projects, including; Eating Things — engaging with feral, uncultivated and wild food ecologies; Micro_Food Library — mapping microbial food transformers; FoaBP (Fear of a Brown Planet), looking at diaspora and pseudo-sciences and Virocene- exploring our on-going and embedded history with viruses.
She has exhibited, performed and produced workshops nationally and internationally including Wild Museum, Dukes Hagg Wood, Prudhoe; Hospitalfield, Arbroath; Summerhall, Edinburgh; Arts Admin, London; CCA, Glasgow; ICA, London; Fonteca Nacional, Mexico City; Contemporary Art Centre, Riga; FO.AM, Brussels; The Museum of Modern Art, Belgrade; Watson Institute, Boston; Post & Tele Museum, Copenhagen and Motorship Stubnitz, Rotterdam.
Sneha is currently a PhD Candidate Fine Art, Geography, Politics & Sociology and Maltings Berwick, Newcastle University, 2023
Skills & Experience
- DBS Checked
- Financial skills
- Project management
- Visiting lecturer (HE)
- Web design
- Working with schools (primary)
- Working with schools (secondary)
- Workshops (family / general)
- Workshsops (adult)