Biswajit Thakuria is a multidisciplinary artist whose practice revolves around social memories and landscape dialogues. He investigates landscapes as intricate, multi-layered phenomena, aiming to revisit significant events from Assam’s past by engaging with archival memories, both public and private. Within his approach, there is a deliberate investigation into the role of power—not only in controlling and erasing these events but also in shaping the representation of landscapes. Biswajit’s practice spans photography, videos, and drawings and he primarily works with organic materials inspired by the process of mask-making in Assam. He did his BFA and MFA from Kala Bhavana, Visva Bharati, Santiniketan. He has participated in the Students Biennale as part of Kochi- Muziris Biennale (2022-23) in Kochi, Immerse Fellowship 2.0 in Mumbai (2023), and Khoj Share in New Delhi (2023), “A Season of Conviviality”; a group exhibition by Kala Bhavana at Lalit Kala Akademi, New Delhi (2022).