Shilpa Gupta creates artwork using interactive video, websites, objects, photographs, sound, and public performances to probe and examine subversively such themes as desire, religion, and notions of security on the street and on the imagined border. In Someone Else, she conceptually approaches the notion of shadow in literature. Someone Else was produced differently for British Library and Bristol Library in 2011. For her installation at Sinopale, Gupta selected 100 books, written under pseudonyms from the Historical Library of Sinop. By pointing out the reasons for not using real names, Gupta concentrates on the idea of identity in the first place and the notion of invisible authorship.