Shilo Shiv Suleman is a visual artist with a focus on the intersection of magical realism, art for social change and technology. She is the founder and director of ‘The Fearless Collective’ that creates space to move from fear to love, using participative art. More recently, her work with art and socal justice has been featured in a host of documentaries including Rebel Music by MTV. She was also felicitated with the Femina ‘Woman of Worth’ award, the New India Express 'Devi Awards in 2015 and the Futurebooks Digital Innovation award in London. In the recent past, her work in Lebanon and Pakistan has been showcased as a pioneering effort in the use of art in Peacebuilding Processes. She has spoken at the SIPRI forum on Peace in Stockholm and been a grantee from USIP- the United States Insititute of Peace. She led over 2000 intergenerational feminists at AWID Forum 2016, Brazil as the host of a plenary of Co-Creating New Futures and been on multiple panels exploring the role of art in spaces of conflict and gender based violence.