Charu Maithani is a researcher and writer based in New Delhi, India. She completed her MA in Aural and Visual culture from Goldsmiths Colleges, London in 2010. Between 2010-13, she was a Curator and Programs Manager at Khoj International Artists’ Organisation, Delhi and undertook several residencies and exhibitions including Auditions – International Sound Residency (2013); Of Games, international residency and exhibition (2013); Khoj Dus Tak – a three day event of 27 projects (2012); KhojLive 2012 (2012), an evening of thirteen performances and The Augmented Square Mile (2011), an augmented reality projects with the archives of Khoj community art projects. She is the curator of Students Biennale in Kochi Biennale, 2014. As a recipient of an arts research grant by India Foundation for Arts (IFA), she is researching visualisation and aural adaptations of Hindi science fiction. As part of the Critical Collective, founded by Gayatri Sinha, she is the project head of the forthcoming website, criticalcollective.in, on Indian modern and contemporary art discourse. Her essays and articles have appeared in various Indian publications including Take on Art and Sarai Reader.