Posthuman Studies Lab
Divya Singh - born 4 Feb,1995 - is a visual artist, from New Delhi, India.
Her practice is primarily rooted in painting and explores themes such as
isolation, experience, memory and mortality – emanating largely from a
poetic engagement with Time. Mediums such as photography, writing,
cinema and painting are at the centre of her language as a practitioner
and have featured as important categories of both work and interest.
These varied elements come together within the work and can be seen
most distinctly in the artist books made by her, as well as found imagery
which accompany the paintings and other media during exhibitions.
Singh completed her MFA from Shiv Nadar University (India) in 2018.
She is a recent recipient of the Space118 Fine Arts Grant and is currently
working with instant film/polaroid, paintings, video and text.
Tachyon, is a hypothetical subatomic particle whose velocity always exceeds that of light. ... Just as an ordinary particle such as an electron can exist only at speeds less than that of light, so a tachyon could exist only at speeds above that of light, at which point its mass would be real and positive.