Nisha is a liberation psychologist and arts-based phenomenological researcher who disseminates research about lived experiences of oppression and empowerment through the media arts for social advocacy and community healing.
DESI EROS: Phenomenological painting series about reclaiming South Asian erotic power
ILLUMINATE: Phenomenological film about being in the LGBTQ closet
EYES ON THE STREET: Photovoice as arts-based liberation psychotherapy curriculum for youth
STORIES OF FAITH / STORIES OF HUMANITY: Phenomenological digital storytelling to facilitate interfaith empathy
PHENOMENOLOGICAL ART COLLECTIVE: Arts-based research lab for UWG students
PUBLICATIONS: Academic scholarship, art exhibitions, media interviews
PAINTINGS: Expressions of psyche, portraits, art therapy, book covers
SHOP: Fine art prints, all proceeds donated to charities
Listen to a brief interview below to get acquainted!