Sayori Mukherjee (Born 1991), a visual designer from Bangalore, India, graduated from Srishti School of Art Design and Technology in 2014. She worked with India’s biggest cafe chain, Cafe Coffee Day as a visualizer. She also worked for Bangalore Metro on a public art project. Her recent work with NIMHANCE (NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF MENTAL HEALTH AND NEUROSCIENCES) and White Swan Foundation was an educational comic book on mental health awareness within the smaller communities in India. Her work majorly focuses on studying and finding stories through capturing little episodes and creating a larger story. She grew up amidst nature in Santiniketan, and it has been a great influence in her work. She is taking a creative break and coming to Can Serrat to explore, unlearn and reinvent her practice.