Simrin studied Fresco painting from Michelangelo Institute, Florence (2010), Sculpture, Central Saint Martins Collage of Art and Design, London (2008), MFA in painting from the College of Art, New Delhi (2004), BFA in Painting form the College of Art, New Delhi (2002).
Solo shows include "The Hidden Courtyard", curated by Dr Caterina Corni at Empty10, Al Quoz and JAMM Art in association with 1x1 Art Gallery, Dubai (2013). Group shows include 'Summer show', 1x1 Art Gallery, Dubai (2016), India Art Fair represented by Palette Art Gallery, Delhi, 'Mapping a World of Curiosities', Studio Art, Dehli (2015), 'Delineating Memories', Exhibit 320, Dehli, (2014).
Her work critically examines the visual history and transitional phase of royalty from grandeur to decline post independence. It provides visual cues to the changing process of time and history where forms of objects, architecture, demography, customs and values are all subject to transformation. Cross-sections extrapolated form places are depicted. Once home to a lavish courtly way of life, they are now abandoned to the relentless wear and tear of time. The work examines the different layers of memory and the process of fragmentation and filtration. She is interested in hierarchical arrangements both visually and conceptually and in structural analysis of form from conception to degeneration.