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Farah Mulla is an artist based in Mumbai and Cambridge.


Her artwork explores the varied possibilities of human experience in relation to time, space, the visual and the aural.


Mulla’s background in science is not only reflected in her approach to her practice but also in her experimentation with different media – from installations to sound recordings. Excited by the varied possibilities of the listening experience her work often tries to bring the viewers attention to the aural through multiple modes of perception.


Some of her works in 2012 include: Silence in Noise, Are you Confused Enough?, Simultaneous Performance of Different Interpretations, A Voice in Vision and The Coslettoscope. Group exhibitions include: Mask Factor, Bajaj Art Gallery, Mumbai (2011-­‐12) and Art Plaza, Jehangir Art Gallery, Mumbai (2011). 

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