Devika Bilimoria (b.1985, Ba Fiji) is a multidisciplinary artist whose performance and participatory work contribute to the shifting convolutions of bodies, sociocultural territories, and technology. Coalescing their Bharata Natyam dance training with both their BA in Photography (Fine Arts) and Media Studies (Film and TV) from RMIT in Narrm/Melbourne, Devika’s dance practice subverts and dissects dominant cultural narratives by enlisting concepts of inversion, difference, and disruption with a focus on South-Asian hybrid identities and digital technologies within Australia. Recently, Devika premiered their solo ‘ALAKKALA: the promise of a-dance’ at Dancehouse, reorienting experiences of diasporic South-Asian practices in kin with video technology at Sangam Performing Arts Festival of South Asia & Diaspora (2019), which followed from support by at the Darebin Arts and Entertainment Centre's Risk residency (2018), where they reoriented their embodied relationship to Bharata Natyam applying techniques of live and video reversal. Engaging with ecological and post-human discourses that guide their exploration through the porosity of human and non-human reciprocity, Devika’s sensorial video and live performance processes approach the charged body/land nexus. As a co-founder of the arts collective L&ANDLESS, and as a solo artist, Devika has created and presented live participatory installations within various festivals across Australia, and has been a finalist for the William and Winifred Bowness Photography Prize (2015, 2018), the Nillumbik Art Prize (2016, 2018), and, the Macquarie Digital Portrait Award (2015) showing at the National Portrait Gallery.