Sheba Remy Kharbanda is an autodidact video artist, filmmaker, oral historian, storyteller and Metaphysician. Born in London to Sikh immigrants from the Punjab and residing in Brooklyn, NY since 2001, her approach to creative work is multidirectional, rooted in the magic offered by the liminal space. The fundamental goal of her work is to offer a bridge between the seen and unseen, between the tangible and the intangible and in so doing, to reassert the value of balance and harmony in the world.
Her video art, at times confessional, performative and auto-biographical, has been shown at the Invisible Dog Art Center in Brooklyn, NY, the India Habitat Centre in New Delhi, India, at the CIMA symposium in Kolkata, India, the Southbank Centre in London, UK and the Caos Art Gallery in Venice, Italy. Her short films and videos have been screened globally and her memoir writing published in a ground-breaking anthology as well as in the world wide web.
In her former incarnation as a grassroots human rights worker, she co-founded a research collaborative, co-published and contributed research towards numerous public policy reports and conducted participatory action research, oral history, storytelling and self-portrait workshops across the United States.
She maintain a Metaphysics practice in Brooklyn NY and beyond which is inspired by ancestorship (who and what came before us), as well as "calling" and "vocation," (what we came to offer and accomplish). She also reguarly host lunar-themed gatherings in my home which are aimed at expanding consciousness by connecting to divine flow.
She is co-owner of the Brooklyn-based video production company, Callejero Films Inc.