Sai Htin Linn Htet is a Yangon-based curator, artist and peace educator. Based on the theme of empathy, Sai focuses on issues about human rights, pollution, gender equality, identity and discrimination. Such essence can be found at exhibitions he curated, visual works in the form of multimedia artworks, documentaries and self-reflective works. He formerly worked as an educator, providing Peace Education Courses to politicians, civil society organizations, activists and youths from all over the country.
As a cofounder of Indriya Platform, he is supporting and promoting local emerging contemporary artists of various mediums. His works are the responses reflected upon personal experience about various human conditions mostly triggered by his mixed ethnic background, identity, gender, deep-rooted social issues, restricted freedom of expression, and conflicts in Myanmar. Sai was a recipient of the Goldsmiths Fellowship from the University of London in 2019.