Srajana Kaikini is currently at de Appel Curatorial Programme , Amsterdam, Srajana holds a Masters in Arts and Aesthetics from Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi with a graduate degree in architecture. She writes on art and cinema and is involved in new media art practice with a focus on urbanism. Her thesis (2009) engaged with the rejuvenation and re-scripting of the Kalaghoda Art District, Mumbai as a reinforced cultural node in the existing fabric of the city. Her recent curatorial ventures include ‘Adventures of a Narcoleptic Flaneur’ at the Gallery of the School of Arts and Aesthetics, JNU, Delhi in winter 2011, ‘Familiar Strangers’, part of the India Foundation for the Arts and KCFS curatorial workshop project 2012, in Mumbai. She writes prose, poetry, travelogues and reflections. A classical Odissi dancer by passion , she continues
to explore the intersections between word and image. She has co- curated ‘Bourgeois Leftovers’ , presently on show at de Appel arts centre ( April 20 – June 16 , 2013), Amsterdam.