As a movement practitioner, Aseng Borang is attracted towards the vastness of the meanings/interpretations that our physical body/bodies produce in a space. She attempts to challenge those meanings but sometimes adheres to the same. More recently, she has been investigating the body in the realm of resistance, time, archives, proximity and anarchy. She was the winner of Prakriti Excellence Contemporary Dance Award (PECDA) 2018, for her work-in-progress, Erosion of Tangko – a collaborative work with visual artist, Venas Thokchom. She also received the Residency Travel Grant (Performing Arts – Choreography) from Serendipity Grants 2019-20. She also participated and presented her work “Terms and Conditions apply” in the Tanzplan Dance Education Biennale 2020 in KAMP NAGEL, Hamburg, Germany. She was one of the participants for the Body-in-Movement Laboratory curated by Mandeep Raikhy, Serendipity Arts Virtual 2021. She also participated in the INDENT LAB 2022. Recently, she has worked with Amitesh Grover for the NSD student production, A doll’s house by Henrik Ibsen. Aseng has a Master’s degree in Performance Practice (Dance) from Ambedkar University Delhi. She is from Roing, Arunachal Pradesh where she recently started STUDIO YINGKO and, shuttles between her hometown and New Delhi. Rock climbing, Pole dancing, Aerial hoop, Yoga, Writing and Shaolin Kungfu are some of the others things she likes to dabble on.