Tasmina Khan Majles, is a Bangladeshi- Australian multidisciplinary artist who works primarily as a painter but also creates site-specific installations. She lives and works in Melbourne, Australia.
Tasmina has earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from Curtin University in 2007 and Master of Creative Arts from Deakin University, Australia in 2019.
Inspired by nature, Tasmina's method of art making is spontaneous and prompted by instinct. Her work is a representation of her inner psyche, a repository of emotions preoccupied with thoughts and memories, envisioning the unconscious as a place. Tasmina’s work explores the multiplicity of human perspective, the relationship between nature, the subliminal and the perception of reality. Her art depictions are at the intersection of figurative and abstract representation.
She regards her art as a vehicle to communicate, awaken people, and concurrently that gives life to her story.
Tasmina has also done several collaborative projects with international organizations like UNHCR, UN global and Edith Wilkins Foundation for social welfare causes.
A SYMPHONY OF DICHOTOMIES
Manningham Art Gallery, Victoria
28 Jan - 3rd March 2021
11:00am- 4:00 pm, Thursday - Sat
XIII FLORENCE BIENNALE
Fortezza da Basso Florence, Italy
23 - 31 October 2021
ISLAMIC MUSEUM OF AUSTRALIA
Australian Muslim Artists 2021
20 August - 25 Feb 2021
Monday - Sat 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
STATE OF MIND
Melton Library, Victoria
15 Sep - 14 Nov 2021