Manmeet Devgun is a Delhi-based performance and lens-based artist. She has exhibited her work as part of numerous group shows across Delhi and also shown as part of shows in Vienna, Berlin, and Madrid among other places. She did a solo project, I don't need your help, Abadi Art Space( 2011), Delhi. Her work as a performance artist is closely linked to her own life and life situations, often foregrounding key feminist concerns. She has performed as part of Khoj Live 2008; Regional Arts and Performance Events (R.A.P.E.) Guwahati, 2012; Sarai, 2012; KNMA, 2012; School of Art and Aesthetics-JNU, 2013; Live Art Lab, Bangalore, 2014; Illicit Bodies, Bengaluru,2014; and Kolkata International Performance Arts Festival,2014and 15; Der Langest Tag, Zurich 2015. She was also shortlisted for the prestigious Skoda Prize in 2012. She is the recipient of Pro Helvetia Research Residency 2015.Was a co-curator at KIPAF 2016.
There is a connection, hard to explain logically but easy to feel, between achievement in public life and progress in the arts.
John F. Kennedy