Ayesha Singh’s works investigate evidences of colonialism and hierarchy embedded in architectural pastiches that construct our cities and homes. Through photography, drawing, video and installation, and an emphasis on movement and displacement, her works question social hierarchies, political agendas and subconscious value systems placed on ornamentation, design and material. Born in New Delhi, Ayesha Singh completed her MFA in sculpture at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (2018) and BFA from the Slade School of Fine Art (2013) in addition to holding a Fine Art Diploma from Chelsea College of Art and Design, University of the Arts London, UK (2010). She has exhibited at the Mumbai Art Room (2017), Gujral Foundation (2017), Jhaveri Contemporary (2017), Museum of Sichuan Fine Arts Institute (Chongqing China, 2018), and Yorkshire Sculpture Park (UK, 2017) among other places. Singh is the winner of the “Ellies Creator Award” from the Art Centre/South Florida, USA and the “Civil Society Institute Fellowship” at Vermont Studio Centre, USA.