Bio | About
Aishath Huda uses painting as a medium to blur the lines within collage, printmaking and installation. A meditative process of action and reaction, her paintings investigate consciousness and co-existence, with a huge focus on the intricacies of human perception. Huda’s experimental use of colours and layers — through non-traditional juxtaposition of oil, charcoal, pigments and Chinese ink— study divergent standpoints and the possibilities of its diverse interpretations.
Huda lives and works in the Maldives. In 2016, she received her BFA from China Academy of Art, Hangzhou, winning the 'Liu Fenming' Gold award. An exhibiting artist and an associate lecturer/researcher at the Maldives National University, she has also worked as a visiting artist with schools and universities in China.
Her work has been shown in several national and international exhibitions including Sardinia, Barcelona, Zanzibar, Thimphu, New Delhi, Beijing, Hangzhou, Xi'an and Shanghai.