Ravi Agarwal has an inter-disciplinary practice as an artist, environmental activist, writer and
curator. His earlier work, in the documentary oeuvre, encompasses ‘nature’, ‘work,’ ‘labour,’ and the ‘street.’ His current interest is located in exploring key contemporary questions around ecology, society, urban space and capital, including their historic and cultural resonances. He works with photographs, video, installations, and public art. He is an engineer by training and also the founder director of the environmental NGO Toxics Link.