Born in India in 1971; lives and works in India.
Sen’s cross media conceptual and interactive practice critics subtle hierarchical codes and hegemony imposed in the society stems from a conceptual and interactive drawing background that has extended into video, sculpture, installation, poetry, sound and performance. Her journey critic’s subtle hierarchical codes and hegemony imposed in the society (sexual, political, regional, emotional or lingual). For KENPOKU ART 2016, she will do an installation using sound and drawing, on Virtual migration and creating an emotional transnational space of human landscape between two countries, conceived from our present-day circumstances in the contemporary world. Referring Okakura Tenshin, (who once shared philosophical views with Indian philosopher) and Rabindranath Tagore in early last century that inspired the East and the rest, especially on education system.