Asma Mundrawala is a visual artist and theatre practitioner with a DPhil degree from the University of Sussex UK. Her interdisciplinary practice intersects the visual arts, theatre and performance, and education. Her research interests in popular culture, public spheres, Urdu literature, and its performative traits critically inform her creative practice and approach to art education. She teaches at the Indus Valley School of Art and Architecture and is a Professor in the Department of Fine Art. Asma is the co-founder and creative director of Zambeel Dramatic Readings. Her current practice renders texts from Urdu literature in a dramatized form to a live audience. She has also initiated and curates the ongoing project Zambeelnaama, a monthly online audio channel for Zambeel Dramatic Readings.