Sanket Jadia is interested in the narratives and counter-narratives that formulate the public discourse, or rather ‘popular’ discourse around moments of history of violence —How do representations of critical junctions in history shape the way society looks back on them? What form does collective public memory take with the absence of imageries, and vice versa? Sanket Jadia, is an Inlaks Fine Arts Awardee (2017), Khoj Peers resident (2014), and was recently featured in Forbes India 30 under 30 (2020).





“In this collaboration, I am exploring the idea of donation, in the form of text, poetry, images or memory. The final shape that the work takes would be a collection of 3D rendered bricks – the donation of ideas which would be used for to reconstruct a monument.”