Anga Art Collective (founded in 2010, based in Assam) was initiated by a group of friends in 2010, who sought to create a space that engaged in critical thinking about visuality and materiality based on the geographic and social landscape of Assam. They think and work through regional and cultural specificities, exploring the possibilities of how artistic responses can meditate them. They explore through their practice what it means for a studio space to break out of itself to become a process, imagining the idea of a collective as a growing process rather than a closed ensemble. The collective maintains a fluid structure where individual and collaborative practices go hand in hand. They believe in sharing knowledge across disciplines and collaborating with village communities, academics and activists on different events and situations.