Ashmina Ranjit is a well-known name in the Nepali contemporary arts for her groundbreaking innovations of live art performance along with video installations, painting, drawings and sound. Her themes comprise mostly of social political issues and gender issues.
I always wanted to fly so I thought I should became a pilot. When I went for school I realized that my desire to fly was not physical, but more spiritual, I wanted to find who I was.
Usually people think of art as an object, but for me it is more about the process. I can’t separate art and myself because it is in my everyday.
Education should be in our everyday, as part of life. The critical thinking should not be separated, it should be in our practical life.