SARIKA GOULATIA’s print is part of a series exploring sexual assault, which has also manifested in installation work. Included on the print is a QR code, where you can scan and learn more about the project.
Sarika Goulatia is a contemporary sculptor/installation artist born in Gorakhpur, India in 1973. In 2002, she moved to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, where she currently lives and works as an artist. Goulatia has a Bachelors and Masters degree in textiles at the National Institute
of Fashion Technology in India and a BFA from the School of Art at Carnegie Mellon University. Goulatia is a force whose artistry is as much a reflection of her own keen intellect and insatiable curiosity as it is a reflection of human experience.
Her exhibition record includes several group and one-person exhibitions. In addition to the Emerging Artist of the Year show in 2016, she had solo exhibitions at the Pittsburgh Center for the Arts, the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust, and the Westmoreland Museum of American Art. Important group exhibitions include shows at The Mine Factory, the Associated Artists of Pittsburgh’s Annual at the Carnegie Museum of Art, and Double Consciousness at the Mattress Factory Museum. Goulatia received the Sally Gehl, Samuel Rosenberg, and Elizabeth Jones Award in Humanities and Art at Carnegie Mellon University and has been awarded residency/exhibition opportunities at Neu Kirche and the Alloy at Carrie Furnace.