- 2012 – Variable operatives- Duo show with media artist PrayasAbhinav – Video installation and lenticular prints. The Guild gallery, Mumbai
- 2009 – Syncytium / Cosmopolis Installation – Living off The Grid curated By MeeraMenezez – Anant Art Gallery, New Delhi,
- 2009 – Arpeggio for Abbe Faria – Photo Installation – Retrieval Systems Curated by RanjitHoskote – Art Alive Gallery new Delhi
- 2008 – RORSCHACH BREATH – Dual Channel Video ( Mechanisms of Motion) Anant Art Gallery, New Delhi, ( Third life) Bombay Art Gallery Mumbai
- 2007 – LIQUID MEMORY new media Installation – Christian Hosp Galleries, Nassereith, Austria
- 2005 – NRLA – Live Art Festival , Midland, Perth , Australia
- 2004 – FLOW – Instant Karma Algorithm – Interactive video data projection, New moves, International Live Art Festival, Glasgow -UK
- 2004 – Zoom ! Art in Contemporary India, Culturgest, Lisbon, Portugal2004 – Along the X axis: video art from India and Pakistan – Apeejay Media Gallery, New Delhi
- 2003 – FEED – What You See Is What You Get – Interactive video data projection – Khoj, International artists camp, Bangalore, India
- 2002 – Diary of the Inner Cyborg, Interactive projection, “CODE” Interactive Digital installation – Under Construction – exhibition of Asian Contemporaray art, Organised by Japan Foundation, Tokyo, Japan
- 2002 – Necessary Illusions with 24 cups of coffee – Interactive projection, New moves International Live Art Festival, Glasgow-UK
- 2002 – Diary of the Inner Cyborg, Interactive projection, Stephen Lawrence Gallery. Greenwich, London
- 2002 – “CODE” Interactive Digital installation “Kapital and Karma”, Kunsthalle Wien, Austria
- 2001 – Video Installation – “Leap Into and Across” – Collaborative workwith a Particle physicist. Venue Tata Theatre, Mumbai
- 2001 – Interactive Digital Installation “Asystole” – A Diary of the Inner Cyborg Version 0.1 The Fine Art Company Gallery, Mumbai
- 2000 – Interactive Digital Installation “Necessary Illusions With 24 Cups of Coffee” at Lakeeren Contemporary Art Gallery, Mumbai.
- 2000 – Interactive Digital Installation “CODE” at National Gallery of Modern Art Mumbai.
- 2000 – Site specific installation “THE CROSSING” at Army – Navy Building foyer, Kalaghoda Art District, Mumbai.
- 1999 – Interactive Digital Installation “BRAHMA’S HOMEPAGE” at Lakeeren Contemporary Art Gallery, Mumbai
 The first stage of this curatorial initiative is called Reviving the Retinal and will open 1 March at Gallery OED.
 Here I am recalling the frame of Reviving the Retinal in which I set the stage with the following quote:
“It looks beautiful,” he said. “It is beautiful,” Soraya replied, “if beauty is what you are looking for”. Down there you will find rare alligators and giant woodpeckers and scented cypress trees and carnivorous sundew plants. But you will also lose your way, and indeed yourself, for it is in the nature of the Great Stagnation to capture all who stray into it by inducing a sleepy laziness, a desire to remain there forever to ignore your true purpose and simply lie down under a tree and rest.
Rushdie’s words lyrically and poignantly underscore the idea that beauty is potentially dangerous. Indeed, beautiful has the uncanny ability to bait us and to lull us into a deep, complacent, if not deadly, sleep. Beauty, like the song of the mythical sirens, draws us away from our true purpose and thus should be avoided at all costs.
See, Salmon Rushdie, Luka and the Fire of Life (New York: Random House, 2010), 104
 For more see, Umberto Eco, “Introduction,” On Ugliness, trans., Alastair McEwen (London: MacLehose Press, 2011), 8-20.
 Mark Cousins, “The Ugly [part 3]” AA Files, No. 30 (Autumn 1995),68.
 Here I draw on ideas put forth by Henri Lefebvre, The Production of Space, trans., Donald Nicholson-Smith (Oxford: Blackwell, 1991):38-39.