Sanjaya Geekiyange graduated from the University of Visual and Performing Arts majoring in Sculpture. He studied metal sculpturing and with time, he realized that everyone does iron sculpturing, so he decided to take on Copper as a medium. During his learning curve, he read through piles of books related to science to educate himself about copper and how to evoke different colors from it. What makes his sculptures different to others, we believe, is how he makes it a point to destroy them. Afterwhich he puts it back together, so that it resembles a pencil sketch. That was the principle he followed in carving his sculptures.
Samvathini's work explore the experience of place in the relation to memory. The content of her work deals with five years of continuous back and forth travel from Puttalam to Jaffna passing through Anuradhapura, Vavuniya and Kilinochchi whilst she was studying. The work is made up of five district maps that correspond to these cities. The work tracks the changing cityscapes as the country developed in the post-war years. Samvarthini has used ink pen and water colour as it was the only materials she had access to at the time.