Sonia Khurana’s arts practice centers around the poetics of inner experience, and the polemics of being in the world. Her public performances [ like much of her art practice] stems from Khurana’s interest in the pedagogies of the self and the social, deconstructed into communities. Since the early nineties, Sonia’s art practice has traversed paths between various media; moving on from painting to lens-based media, drawing, performance, happenings, installation and text.
 Working equally with lens-based media, the moving image and with performance, she often stages encounters with spaces, cities and people. She continuously reconsiders the space of the political, played out through states of strangeness, alienation, displacement and embodiment. Sonia Khurana’s work has been shown in various public exhibitions including, currently, the Aichi Triennial in Nagoya 2010, Japan, and the exhibition: “elle@pompidou, from May 2009 till 2011, Paris ; Gwangju Biennale 2008 ; Pusan Biennale 2004, and « Global feminisms », Brooklyn Museum, 2007.
 Select museum shows include Fukouka Museum of Asian Art, Japan, Brooklyn Museum, New York, National Gallery of Modern Art, Bombay, Asia Society New York, Museum of Contemporary Art, Brisbane, Playhouse Durban, Whitechapel Art Gallery, London, Henie Onstad Kunssenter, Oslo, KusthalleWien, Vienna, House of World Cultures, Berlin, IVAM [Valencia], Rose Museum, Boston, Davis Museum, Wellesley, Kunstmuseum Berne, Arario Beijing, Ecole Des Beaux Artes, Paris, Apeejay Media Center, Delhi, Tamayo Museum, Mexico and more. Ongoing participations include Pompidou Center, Paris, Heart Herning Museum, Denmark, Fotomuseum Winterthur, Zurich, British Film Institute, London.