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Mihika Shah is a visual artist currently pursuing her fine arts degree at the Lasalle College of the Arts (from 2012-2015). She is interested in contemporary naturalism and the ontology of sculpture; its aesthetic qualities and how we perceive natural objects. Her work also explores the various elements of nature such as transience, fragility and repetition.
Part man-made part natural, her sculptures are based on the concept of balance and its temporary nature. She draws inspiration from the aesthetics of Zen Gardens and the idea of Wagner’s ‘gesamtkunstwerk’. Her interest lies in spatial concepts and natural objects that we often overlook and materiality as a concept is central to her work as it helps express her ideas about ephemerality, decay and growth. Through her use of natural objects and understanding of three-dimensionality she reflects upon the relationship between nature and place and art and nature.