Madhushree Kamak (India) is a maverick art-science curator and information experience designer who is currently the Head of Exhibitions and Programmes at Science Gallery Bengaluru (SGB). Her practice focuses on curating and designing interdisciplinary exhibitions and public engagement programmes at the interface of science, technology, and culture.

As a Brooks Fellow, through her joint residency with Delfina Foundation and Tate, Madhushree will be collaborating with colleagues across Tate to conduct research on new digital tools and the role they can play in empowering and engaging visitors in Tate’s gallery spaces.

After completing her first Masters by Research in Biological Sciences from the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, Madhushree completed her Masters in Information Design from the National Institute of Design, focusing on exhibitions as a means of public engagement with science.

She has developed several contemporary art-science exhibition-seasons, learning and mentorship programmes for young adults, community, offsite and digital initiatives, and pop-up exhibitions at Science Gallery Bengaluru including the exhibitions – ELEMENTS (2019), SUBMERGE (2020), PHYTOPIA (2020), CONTAGION (2021), PSYCHE (2022) and CARBON (2023). CONTAGION was also one of the winners of the Falling Walls Prize for Breakthroughs in Science Engagement in 2021.

Madhushree was a part of the Berlin Biennale Curators Programme 2022, a Khoj Curatorial Intensive South Asia Fellow 2021 and a member of the Ars Electronica Creative Producers Programme 2021. She also developed the Xperimenter Programme, a learning and mentorship programme at SGB that was 2022 finalist at Falling Walls Berlin in the Future Learning category.

Madhushree was born in India, and is currently based in Bengaluru, India.


The Brooks International Fellowship Programme




Spring 2024 & Summer 2024


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