Marzia Farhana is a visual artist based in Dhaka, Bangladesh. She studied at the Faculty of Fine Arts, University of Dhaka and completed her MA in Fine Arts from Central St Martins, University of the Arts London, where she was awarded a prize for ‘Innovation.’ She has developed hybrid forms of production with different media that include paintings, prints, collage, assemblages of found objects, texts, and moving images. Her projects reinforce alternative education and actions for social change, reflect on environmental destruction caused by humans and analyse the present human condition. She is interested in collaborations, participation, and socially engaged art. One of her large-scale multimedia installations titled ‘Ecocide and the Rise of Free Fall’ was shown at the Kochi-Muziris Biennale 2018. Her works have been featured at a number of important museums, galleries and organisations including the Museum of Contemporary Art Barcelona (MACBA), Spain; Office of Contemporary Art (OCA), Oslo, Norway; KrinzingerProjekte, Vienna, Austria; Dhaka Art Summit 2020, 2018 and 2016; and the Kathmandu Triennale, 2017. She received residency from Delfina Foundation, London (2018) and the Khoj International Workshop (2017).