Jagrut Raval is a visual artist, designer and educator whose interdisciplinary art practice spans diverse mediums at various scales, including installation design, historic photographic printing techniques, film/video and lecture performance. Jagrut's work is characterized by an interest in alternative storytelling, as he investigates the idea of time with particular interest in immortality and reconstructing historical narratives. 

Jagrut's diverse educational background has contributed to his interdisciplinary approach. He received a Bachelor of Design in Interior Design from CEPT University in India, and later earned a Master of Fine Arts in Photography from the Savannah College of Art and Design in the United States. Currently, Jagrut is pursuing a Master of Arts in Expanded Media  with a special focus on Expanded Storyworlds at Hochschule Darmstadt in Germany.

Jagrut has exhibited internationally at venues including SCAD Museum of Art, Savannah, USA; Field Projects, New York, USA; Made in Balmoral Showroom, Bad Ems, Germany; Goethe-Institut Max Mueller Bhavan, Delhi and Kolkata, India; Serendipity Arts Festival, Goa; Meridian Space/E6, Beijing, China; Medrar Contemporary Art, Cairo, Egypt. In addition to his own artistic pursuits, Jagrut has also been engaged in teaching art and design courses at the collegiate level.

He has received various grants, fellowships and residencies, such as Künstlerhaus Schloss Balmoral Fellowship from the University of Mainz, Germany; Five Million Incidents from the Goethe Institute; the Shergill Sundaram Foundation, Delhi; Serendipity Arts Foundation; the Crystal Ruth Bell Residency Award, Beijing, China.


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