Parul Sinha's work deals with the banality of daily life and is primarily concerned with the existence of objects within it. Her trait is an amalgamation of an inclination towards illustration and a hint of absurd that makes familiar things appear estranged from our experience. She often isolates and repeats the form of containers to make them a recurrent motif in her drawings, questioning the nature of the image itself. The incessant reproduction of this rather mundane object is intended to highlight their structural patterning and performative composition.
Recently her solo show held at Metta Contemporary in Navi Mumbai, 2018. She has also been part of the group show in Clark House Initiative in Mumbai, 2017 and Gallery Latitude 28, organised by Student’s Biennale in 2016. She completed her M.F.A in painting from College of Art, Delhi in 2016.