Mukesh Sharma’s work titled Messenger takes its cue from “The Infinite Monkey Theorem” which states that a monkey hitting keys at r&om on a typewriter keyboard for an infinite amount of time will almost surely type a given text, such as the complete works of William Shakespeare. The metaphoric images of keyboards running through most of the works invite us to question the effect of technology on present human condition. Rather than addressing an overarching theme. Mukesh Sharma (b.1974) India, works across multiple media. Although principally a printmaker, he produces paintings, digital prints & installations as well as works that mix all of these. He has had many solo exhibitions in his account both national & international most recent series of painting & installation ‘‘The Keyboard of Small Things’’ at Gallery Sumukha in Bangalore (2012); ‘’ World Without Boundries’’ Galleria Corona, Mexcio (2006); ‘’(re)visions’’ Long Gallery, FCA , UoW, Wollongong NSW, India Toursim Sydney & June Hedditch Studio, Portlad, Victoria, Australia (2004) & participated numerous major group shows, Art fairs, Triennial or Biennale & also have been part of several Art Residency programs, Artist workshops around the globe. His works in private & public collections in India & abroad including National Gallery of Australia, Canberra. Mukesh completed his M.F.A. (Printmaking) from Faculty of Fine Arts, Baroda in 1998 & B.F.A. (Painting) from Rajasthan School of Art, Jaipur in 1996. He lives in New Delhi & works out of his studio at home .