UCL Anthropology Department
Sahib Singh is an ethnographic filmmaker, photographer, and writer. He is currently a doctoral student in anthropology at University College London, where he’s researching moral atmospheres of resistance to resource extraction, ethical attunement, and competing ontologies in rural central India. As a visual storyteller, Sahib is interested in blending documentary forms and magical realism, encompassed within transcendental and poetic states, while exploring contradictions and fluidity between variegated elements. He enjoys gardening, long-distance cycling, playing Zelda, reading Kafka, listening to Edith Piaf, and watching Satyajit Ray films.