Techno, feminist and psychedelic, Sam Madhu’s art is feisty, angry and powerful. Her work is a commentary on urban women, sexual identity and gender mores, told in neon colors for maximum impact. Her take on the “devil” archetype as a motif to mirror the irony of existing gender disparity is thought-provoking and applause-worthy. Madhu’s art draws you in, like an acid trip, visuals giving birth to visuals, wonderful yet political, engaging yet uncomfortable, every day yet divine.




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