Georgina Maddox is an independent critic-curator with almost two decades of experience in the field of Indian Art and Culture. She blurs the lines of documentation, theory and praxis by operating as a critic/curator and involving herself in visual art projects. She was assistant editor at India Today’s Mail Today and senior arts writer for the Indian Express and the Times of India. She is currently working in media as an independent critic for various publications and has published articles in Open Magazine, India Today, Harper’s Bazaar, Vogue and Elle Magazine, The Hindu and Business Line, Sunday Magazine BLINK, TAKE on Art, Time Out, and online with US based E-magazine, Studio International, STIR world and MASH Mag. She has critical essays in books like, Articulating Resistance: Art and Activism; edited by Deeptha Achar and Shivaji K. Panikkar and The Phobic and Erotic edited by Brinda Bose. She has contributed art essays on art for the Raza Foundation and Scholastic India. Her curatorial projects usually that examine and speak about issues of gender/sexuality/marginalization and the juxtaposition of social hierarchy with acts of agency and defiance, over the years.