Asha Bee Abraham is a human ecologist and artist. Her projects focus on the relationships between – relationships with each other, with our place, and with our selves. With a passion for evoking critical questions about our culture and inspiring transitions within it, Asha’s projects draw on her Human Ecology MSc to create opportunities for people to share and examine their relational experiences of being human today.
Asha’s recent projects have included Invisible Cities (Melbourne, 2015); Supper Club: Place & Displacement (Arts House, 2017); Where the heart is (National Museum of Singapore, 2015); The People’s Wangaratta (Wangaratta, 2015); Written in the Sky (Sydney & Canberra, 2015); Die Insel (Berlin, 2014); and In Passing (Melbourne 2013; Melbourne 2014). Asha is currently developing Invisible Cities Fremantle (May-November 2017), Invisible Cities Brunswick (August-December 2017), and Contact (Arts House, 2017). See details on the projects page.
Asha has received support from the Australia Council for the Arts, City of Melbourne, Creative Victoria, Arts House, Moreland City Council, Singapore Fringe Festival, Department of Culture & the Arts (WA), City of Fremantle, and the Eirene Lucas Foundation,