Sneha Solanki

Newcastle & Gateshead

Sneha Solanki is an artist and educator working across multiple disciplines. Largely ignoring the constructed boundaries between disciplines and areas, Sneha produces work and events that utilise open and collaborative methods to engender knowledge and intersectional thinking.

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)
  • Working with schools (primary)
  • Working with schools (secondary)
  • Workshsops (adult)
  • Workshops (family / general)
  • Web design
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