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Meera Shakti Osborne

  • Born1992, UK.


Meera Shakti Osborne is an interdisciplinary art practitioner, youth worker and community organiser. Meera’s work focuses on collective healing through creative self-expression. Their practice engages with accessibility and confidence building for marginalised people in both formal education settings and casual encounters.

Based in London Meera is interested in the use of art as a tool to create historical documents that represent feelings and the in-between stuff that often gets left out of history making. They work in soundscapes, digital media, oil paint, textile, breathing, talking and dancing.

Meera has worked with Nottingham Contemporary, iniva, Newbridge Project, Royal College of Art, Peckham Platform, Focal Point Gallery, The Gap Arts Project, The Drawing Room and Reprezent FM. Meera graduated in Design at Central School of Speech and Drama in 2015 and Cairo Institute of Liberal Arts and Science in 2018.

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