Vikram Divecha currently lives and works between Dubai and New York. His conceptual and collaborative practice has developed around what he calls 'found processes’ - those forces and capacities at work within urban systems. By realigning social and economic relations his projects often bring invisible structures into plain view, to raise questions about agency, ethics and value. Divecha’s engagements translate into site-specific works, public art, installations, video, photography and drawings.
Select solo and group exhibitions include Who Are We Now?, Land Art Mongolia 5th Biennial, Mongolia (2018); Co-Lab: Contemporary Art and Savoir-Faire, Louvre Abu Dhabi, UAE (2017); Rock, Paper, Scissors: Positions in Play, National Pavilion UAE, 57th Venice Biennale, Venice (2017); Tamawuj, Sharjah Biennial 13, Sharjah (2017); Minor Work, Gallery Isabelle van den Eynde, Dubai (2017); Binary States India-UAE, Kochi (2016); Portrait Sessions, Tashkeel, Dubai (2016); Warehouse Project, Alserkal Avenue, Dubai (2016); DUST, Centre for Contemporary Art, Warsaw (2015); InVisible, Public art, Dubai (2014).