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Sarica Robyn Balsari-Palsule is an anthropologist and curator. 


Combining traditional methods of photography with anthropology, she focuses on the social narratives of individuals, weaving visual stories with ethnographic detail. Her practice also involves designing and leading photo-therapy workshops for individuals, groups and organisations to give visual form to discussions around identity, memory and belonging.   

Her PhD in Anthropology at University College London has focused on photography, digital media and time. She also holds an MA (Cantab) in Philosophy and Political Science at the University of Cambridge and an MSc in Social Anthropology at the London School of Economics. 

Her curatorial work has been featured by South South, PlatformThe Established,

Vogue, IndiaToday, Homegrown and India Art Fair.


Her photographs have been featured in global newspaper publications, including The Telegraph, The Guardian and the BBC. She had a solo exhibition of her photographs from Argentina and Brazil at the Centre of Latin American Studies, University of Cambridge and at The Guildhall, Cambridge. She has also won five awards, including the Human Rights Photography Competition at the Centre of Governance and Human Rights, Cambridge. 

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