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Ridhi Khanna

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Ridhi Khanna is an art director and researcher; she has a background in Art History from the National Museum Institute, New Delhi and Communication Design from the National Institute of Fashion Technology, Mumbai. Her research interests include lens based practices, food histories, and textile traditions. Her work involves shaping design values of organizations by defining their visual language and contributing through creative direction, graphic design and photography. Currently, she works as a Project Coordinator at Public Arts Trust of India, a not for profit organisation that build discourse in urban spaces and heritage structures as sites for critical engagement through residencies and art weeks. She has collaborated and has been associated with Critical Collective, National Museum, KNMA, Dr. Bhau Daji Lad Museum, Bikaner House, Nila Jaipur, Paro (Goodearth), Pearl Academy, NDTV and GoodTimes. As an assistant to Gayatri Sinha’s curatorial projects she worked on the exhibitions Part Narratives (Delhi-Mumbai 2017-2018), Envisioning Asia: Gandhi and Mao in the Photography of Walter Bosshard (Delhi-Ahmedabad-Mumbai-Heidelberg 2018-2019) and Moving Still: Performative Photography in India (Vancouver 2019). She contributed as a researcher and designed an extensive volume on photography titled The Archival Gaze: A Timeline of Photography in India (1840-2020).