Spill the beans with creatives
We at studio Neon Attic take our commitment towards the creative community very seriously. A small step towards the many to come in the future is featuring India’s change-makers in the creative front.
Farah Mulla’s background in science is not only reflected in her experiments with different media – from installations to sound recordings. She is known for exploring the varied possibilities of human experience in relation to time, space, the visual and the aural.
Keep reading to get to know Mulla!
LAB: What does Farah like to do besides Visual & Aural Art?
FARAH: I am always reading up about sound and how it is used in different cultures. My recent picks would be “The Ancient Science of Mantras” by Om Swami and “Silence: The Power of Quiet in a world full of noise” by Thich Nhat Hanh.
LAB: How do you resolve a challenge that you face?
FARAH: Spending time by myself just to assimilate what has happened.
LAB: What is the one thing that you dislike the most?
FARAH: Rude behavior. Seeing someone treated badly sets me off.
LAB: What or who has had the biggest influence on you?
FARAH: Sound has always been the source of departure for me. Music has always been my go-to and I always get inspired by it.
The second part of the interview was “complete the sentence”
LAB: On the weekends, I’d like to ___________
FARAH: Hang out with my friends or catch up on sleep.
LAB: I can’t wait for __________
FARAH: My next journey.
LAB: Stalk me and you’ll find me crushing over __________
The third part of the interview was “Rapid Fire”
LAB: Colour or Monochrome?
LAB: Morning person or a Night Owl?
FARAH: Night Owl.
LAB: The first thing you do when you wake up?
FARAH: Make myself a cup of chai, listen to music and read the newspaper.
LAB: What’s on your Smartphone Homescreen?
FARAH: It is a screenshot of a recorder.
LAB: Who or what would you KISS, MARRY or KILL?
FARAH: Kiss: All the dogs in the world. Marry: Keanu Reeves. Kill: Hate.
LAB: What do you work towards every day?
FARAH: Progress on my personal front and also strive to take each day as it comes. Spread happiness and not hate.
Farah’s works always inspire us and getting to know the other side of her was exciting. Let’s stay connected.