Shilpa Gupta is an artist from Mumbai born 1976. She received a BFA in sculpture from the Sir J. J. School of Fine Arts, Mumbai, in 1997. Gupta is interested in perception, and in the ways in which we transmit and understand information. Her mediums range from manipulated found objects to video, interactive computer-based installation, and performance. Her work often engages with television and its constant flow of meaning. Shifting the primary status of art from object-based commodity to participatory experience, Gupta creates situations that actively involve the viewer.

Recent solo exhibitions are Altered Inheritances: Home is a Foreign Place, a two person solo with Zarina Hashmi Ishara at Art Foundation, Alserkal Avenue (Dubai), While I Begin, 2018 at Voorlinden Museum and Gardens (Wassenaar), For, in your tongue I cannot fit, 2018 Yarat Contemporary Art Center (Baku) and Shilpa Gupta at Galeria Continua (Sangigimano).