Born in Kolkata, India; Tania Sen currently lives and works in New York/New Jersey.  Sen’s works have shown at the Newark Museum (NJ), The Royal Scottish Academy, Tate (UK) Mumbai Museum (India) Torpedo Art Factory, Feminist Art Project, Goggleworks, Prince Street Gallery etc.  Sen graduated with Honors in English Literature from Calcutta University, and completed Masters in Communication Arts and MBA from New York Institute of Technology, on academic scholarships.  After working in the Advertising industry for twenty some years Sen turned to teaching and art therapy since 2001. She taught Advertising Design at the College of St. Elizabeth, Morristown, NJ and also practiced Art therapy with autistic children at the Morris Union Jointure Commission, Warren, NJ.  A founder member of SIPMA Contemporary, Sen curated a number of exhibits.  Among Sen’s inter- disciplinary collaboration projects are: experimental dance/art at Swarthmore College and performance art at the Soho 20 gallery, NYC.
Artist’s Statement:
My work addresses the tension between iconic unity and digital fuzziness, between the uncontaminated original and its inevitable decay, between recognizability and facelessness, between personal and depersonalized identity through substitution, mediation and commoditization. Drawing from mythology, politics, pop culture, ads, signage, my works at the base of it, is simply a way to emulate the process of materialization of a thought or imagination. It bears within it clues of transformation and morphing.
“Stories We Tell” and “Voices” by Womens Caucus for Art,
The Feminist Art Project
Towards Transnational Feminism in the Arts,
College Arts Conference
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