Ruchika Wason Singh is a visual artist,art educator and independent researcher based in Delhi, India. She holds degrees in B.F.A.,Painting (1997) and M.F.A.,Painting,(1999) from College of Art, New Delhi. In 2008 she received Ph.D from University of Delhi supported by the U.G.C. Junior Research Fellowship (2001-2006). In 2016, Ruchika founded A.M.M.A.A. -The Archive for Mapping Mother Artists in Asia, a project fostering the mapping , visibility and mobility of mothers / artists of Asian origin through documentation, workshops and artist residencies.
Ruchika’s ongoing artistic practice focuses on environment through the prism of human habitation Selected recent participations include Our Line in The Sand curated by Monica Jain, Art Centrix Space, New Delhi (2022); VAMA 2022 by Sahitya Kala Parishad, Shridharini Gallery , New Delhi (2022); Asia Triennial Manchester 2021 curated by Alnoor Mitha, Manchester Poetry Library, Manchester Metropolitan University ,U.K. (2021); Open Books Online in collaboration with Welsh artist Aidan Myers (2021), Buka Buku curated by Lienne Loy, The Godown Art Centre, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (2021);International SUMUK Art Talk + Artist Residency of the Jeonnam International SUMUK Biennale,Sinan, South Korea (2021);‘The White Distance’ ,Month of Arts Practice (MAP Artist Residency Programme), The Heritage Space, Hanoi, Vietnam (2021); How to be Together residency by Galit Criden, at the Women’s Art Library,University of Goldsmiths, London,UK.(2021) and Collaborative Project –The Book of Collective Healing with Daniel Rode, Ryusuke Ito and Katja Jug at The White Distance exhibition at UNION HALL, Hanoi, Vietnam (2021).
Check out her exclusive work on our website here!