Harsha V Durugadda (b.1989) is a Delhi based artist. Harsha uses scale and sensation to address both social and personal issues, through his practice which often levitates between sculpture and performance art. Harsha’s art practice is myriad in terms of medium, where transfigurations and flamboyance are some of the more visible themes seen in his works. Technology becomes key to Harsha’s work, be it cutting edge digital fabrication or new media tools. In 2014, his sculpture ‘Dynamo’ was exhibited at 'Emergent Art space', USA followed by group show in London with artist collective ‘Plastic Propaganda’. He has participated in group and solo shows both in India and abroad and has received a fellowship by the British Council for his social art project. He currently is doing his Masters in Arts and Aesthetics at JNU where he pursues his interest in Buddhist sculpture and has recently been invited to present at the British Museum, London on the same.