Sarana Mehra is a British artist currently living and working in Los Angeles. She received her BFA at the prestigious Ruskin School of Drawing and Fine Art at Oxford University and her Masters from Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design in London. Sarana Mehra’s work examines the body’s relationship to technology, the body and the self through the use of various media including drawing, painting, film and sculpture. Her most recent work explores the hyper contemporary reframing of the body by the new technological advances, whether through the use of cell phones or medical imaging, to find that in this evolution linger remnants of our primitive past. Sarana has participated in shows across the UK, Europe, most recently in Berlin, and the US. Her most recent shows include The Art of the Selfie;The Helen Day Museum of Art curated by Sarah Greiche, Good Smoke/ Good Poke at 00-LA, curated by the Binder of Women, and Zeitgeist at Strasse55 in Berlin. Sarana’s work can be seen in private collections in London, Italy, Los Angeles and Montreal. Her writing has been featured in several publications including the international art magazine, Art Review. Sarana is also a member of Artist for Democracy (A4D).