Asha Bee Abraham is an independent artist, producer and human ecologist. Her projects have used digital and analogue mapping, audio recordings, pass-the-parcel, a makeshift lounge room, an emergency telephone, and shared meals to examine the relationships between – relationships with each other, with our place, and with our selves.
Asha’s recent projects have included Supper Club: Sanatorium (Arts House 2018), Supper Club: Soft Money/Hard Labour (Arts House, 2018), Contact (Arts House, 2017), Invisible Cities (Melbourne, 2015; Fremantle, 2017; Brunswick, 2017), Supper Club: Place & Displacement (Arts House, 2017); Invisible Cities Melbourne (2015); 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). See details on the projects page.
As a producer, Asha has worked with artists such as Emma Mary Hall (World Problems, 2019), artist collectives such as Field Theory (9000 Minutes, 2016), organisations such as Arts House, City of Melbourne (2017-18).
Asha has received support for her projects from the Australia Council for the Arts, Creative Victoria, City of Melbourne, Singapore Fringe Festival, Department of Culture & the Arts (WA), City of Fremantle, and Moreland City Council.
Asha lives and works on the lands and waters of the Wurundjeri and Boon Wurrung people of the Kulin Nation where sovereignty was never ceded.