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Shivani Khoshia brings together mythology, storytelling and non-Western belief systems to explore the connection between the physical and the spiritual, and alternative states of consciousness and understanding beyond the observable and current socio-political paradigms. 


She draws on philosophy, psychology and geomythology to generate a creative practice across drawing, painting, sculpture and installation. Through these media, she explores the realm of images between the memory and the collective unconscious as a transformative and healing tool.  

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2018   MA Painting, Royal College of Art

2005 BA (Hons) Politics & Economics, School of Oriental & African Studies  

Selected shows

2023 Visitant Queens, Lincoln University 

2023 Play & Compassion, Kingshill House Creative Centre

2022 Artworks Open 2022, Barbican Arts Group Trust, catalogue, accompanying text by Louise Ashcroft    

2022 Dreams & Visions, The College of Psychic Studies 

2022 Blunderbuss, Two Queens Leicester 

2022 L.O.V.E Art, LCB Depot   

2022 Summer Camp, Eastside Projects

2022 Waverton Art Prize, Boisedale Art curated by @paint_talk (shortlisted) 

2022 Two Queens @ GLOAM gallery

2022 Abstract, Surface Gallery

2021 Open Fragments, Pragmata Collective   

2021 In Memoriam, Artcore Gallery

2021 Group show, Two Queens Leicester

2020 Alumni exhibition, New York Studio School

2020 Draw + release, University of Westminster

2019 Remembering Inanna, King Edward's Witley (solo)

2019 Connections, Gerald Moore Gallery

2019 Let Us Grow, Grow Tottenham

2018 Body Shores, King Edward's Witley (solo)

2018 The Barren Slope, Safehouse 1

2018 Flock Art, GX Gallery

2018 Thumb Nails, Hockney Gallery

2017 RCA Secret, Dyson Gallery


2020 !GWAK 

2020 King Edward's Witley

2016 Cranleigh Arts Centre

2014 Woodstock Byrdcliffe Guild + grant 


2018 - 2020 King Edward's Witley 

2019 - 2020 Colour Wheel Art Class 

2018 Conquest Art

2015 & 2017 Thames Valley Summer School

2015 & 2018 Waverley Borough Council

2016 – 2018 Pulborough Hall



2020 Art as Catharis 

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