Amarnath Praful is a visual artist, writer and teacher who primarily works with photography. His artistic and research practice explores elements from performance, text, video, archive and found material. His work is often guided by the landscape, folk and oral traditions, modernities, cultural and political histories of Kerala, India. His pedagogical concerns on which he has been writing and teaching are in the area of contemporary photographic practices, representational politics, history of photography in the subcontinent, intermedia image practices and cinema studies. Currently he is a Faculty at the Photography Design master’s program at the National Institute of Design, Gandhinagar.