By capturing the subtle dialogues found in our environment, Meesha creates artwork that explores the symbiotic relationship of our inner and outer experience.
In a world which demands a give and take relationship within every facet of it’s ever evolving persona, one must negotiate it’s course(s) energetically - acknowledging the effect of vibrational discourses on the fundamental elements with which one interacts daily.
Water – with its depth and mystery – tells endless tales with every movement on the surface. Owing to the ability to retain memory, water has the distinction of reflective and demonstrative properties, which can be captured with controlled light.
Observing and recording these amorphic dialogues between organic vibrations absorbs us in the constant ebb and flow of the universe. The dialogue is so subtle, we rarely are aware of it. Meesha’s work explores this interconnection and interdependence between all matter and consciousness.
Meesha Holley is a visual artist based in India.
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| Exhibitions |
2022 - Surroundings - Art Explore | Delhi 26 Apr - 14 May
2020 - Experimental - Hundred Heroines | London [online] 1 Oct
2020 - Vision: B+W - Black Box Gallery | Portland, Oregon 1-20 Aug
2020 - Goa Open Arts Festival | Goa 13-16 Feb
2019 - Alchemy: Explorations into Indigo | Ahmedabad 27 Jan-31 Aug
2014 - TGIA | Delhi 29-30 Nov
2013 - F-lux - Free Range | London 22-24 Jun
| Publications |
2020 - Meesha Holley x Turn Black | Turn Black
2020 - Spotlight: Meesha Holley | Art Dose
2019 - A Kind of Blue | Times of India - Bangaluru
2018 - The Dolphin Watchers of Morjim | BBC India
2017 - In Pictures: India's Sea Turtles Return Home to Breed | BBC
2017 - The Igloo in the Sky | The Outdoor Journal Issue 13 p30-34
2016 - Rights to the Youngest | Mobile Creches
2015 - The Treasures of Oman | The Outdoor Journal | Issue 09 p30-36
2015 - Ganges Hosts Global River Expedition of Women Adventurers | The Outdoor Journal
2014 - A Second Home : Man coexisting with water | Photojournale
2013 - Daycare for Migrant Children | Mobile Creches
2012 - NY | Antler Press