Meraki Vagary is an interdisciplinary artist; challenging the boundaries of art, science and society using anthropological study and contemporary, fine art practices.
Thinking, searching, foraging, larking.
Collected artefacts and ecological processes merge with ancestral, land based connections to create liminal installations.
Through ‘The Art of Slowing Down‘ we are invited to reflect on our own self-awareness and take a moment to be calmer, exploring nature as a medium to facilitate well-being.
Taking part in exhibitions globally, Meraki is currently exploring the concept of ‘home’ and how the relationships we have with others can constitute to a feeling of belonging.
Home as a feeling rather than a place.
‘Meraki uses the natural world as a medium for innovative works of art, directed by Mother Nature herself‘ – Brick Lane Gallery, 2020