Charan Singh is currently a PhD candidate at the Royal College of Art in London. He share his time in Delhi (India) and London. His practice is informed by his involvement with HIV/AIDS activism and queer politics in his 'pre-English language' life. He uses photography and video to explore the importance of storytelling, translation and the landscapes of queer experiences. His video work, “They Called it Love, But Was it Love? commissioned by Visual Aids (New York) 2020. His recent show titled “Sunil Gupta and Charan Singh” was held at Brixton Library, 2020. Other exhibitions include “Dissent and Desire”, Kochi-Muziris Biennale, Kochi, India 2018, the Contemporary Art Museum Houston, (catalogue) 2018, and SepiaEye Gallery, NY 2017. He was awarded a Magnum/Photo London Award 2016, Fire Island Artists Residency, New York 2017. His portrait series “Kothis, Hijras, Giriyas and Others" was featured in the Photoworks Annual (UK) in 2017.