Mahedi Anjuman is Los Angeles-based, interdisciplinary visual artist and art educator. In 2022, she pursued a Master of Fine Arts (MFA) in Art from the California Institute of the Arts (CalArts). She was born and raised in the mystic land of Bangladesh, in 2010, she earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) degree from the Department of Drawing and Painting at the University of Dhaka, Bangladesh.
In 2012, she was selected as a member and showcased her artwork in the contextual art event OGCJM2012 (Only God Can Judge Me) at Dhaka and participated in a group exhibition to represent Bangladeshi contemporary art, ‘OPEN 15’ (International Contemporary Sculpture and Installation Exhibition) in Venice, Italy with artist Yoko Ono and others. She took part in many national and international film festivals, video art exhibitions, and artist residencies at Elsewhere Living Museum (2021), Picture Berlin (2018), and Transart Institute (2013). Recently she exhibited at Sparks Heritage Museum and Nevada Museum of Art, Nevada, USA, and participated in the 19 Asian Art Biennial in Dhaka, Bangladesh.
She is practicing concrete, rebar-made sculpture, video art, and assemblage painting by the influence of the contextual presence and intuitive response of being. Her interest is analyzing the fundamental limitations, instability, and duality between mind and body, self and other.