Farah’s work critiques the varied possibilities of the listener’s experience and attempts to explore multiple spaces, often informed by acoustic landscapes.
Farah Mulla received a B.Sc. in Geology from St. Xavier’s College, Mumbai and an M.F.A. from the Cambridge School of Arts, UK. Farah is a sound artist and curator. She held solo exhibitions at the Jehangir Art Gallery (2010) and Zenzi (2009), both in Mumbai. Her work has been exhibited in group shows at the Symposium on Acoustic Ecology in Kent, Ruskin Gallery in Cambridge, and Changing Spaces (Ark) in Cambridge, all in 2013. She has been honoured with the J. N. Tata Young Scholar Award and the Mumbai Parsi Panchayat Scholarship.