Malashree Suvedi......मालश्री सुवेदी

Poet, writer, painter, textile artist, installation artist,  performance artist. Currently based in Vienna, from Kathmandu.


Poet, writer, painter, textile atist, installation artist, performance artist. 
Currently based in Vienna, from Kathmandu.



Retrospective to the I
distance, verb
Sometimes in the distance
Untitled Woman*

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I am an interdisciplinary artist (b. 1994, Kathmandu).  

Curriculum Vitae
MA Art & Science, the University of Applied Arts, Vienna  2023

Work in the Arts
Retrospective to the I; Master’s project; Die Angewandte; Vienna, Austria 2023
Project coordinator and Artist Licking Structures; Künstlerhaus Exhibition; Vienna, Austria 2023
Student Assitant, Art & Science; Die Angewandte; Austria 2022
Open Studio Exhibition; Die Angewandte Fest; Vienna, Austria   2022
from there through here; Künstlerhaus Exhibition; Vienna, Austria 2022
Contours of Presence/Outlines of Absence: Die Angewandte Fest; Vienna, Austria 2021
Art Residency ‘Rebuilding Recaptured’; LASSANA/Nexus; Kathmandu & Sindhupalchowk, Nepal 2018
Chairperson and Co-Founder of Art Collective Ka Baata; Kathmandu, Nepal 2018
Curator, coordinator, manager and participant of ‘Mero Chowk’; Kathmandu, Nepal 2018
Artist at ‘Kathmandu Triennale’, Kathmandu, Nepal 2018
Workshops on Spoken Word and poetry; American Embassy initiative ‘Book Bus, Multiple Locations, Nepal 2014-2017
Performance Poetry; Jhapa Lit Fest; Jhapa, Nepal 2015
Performance Poetry; ‘Ma Bata Mahilawaad’, a feminist poetry event promoting equal citizenship rights 2015

The Poet’s Daughter; Second Prize in Short Story Competition; Published in La. Lit; Kathmandu Nepal 2022
Ichthyology; Short Story in The Kathmandu Post; Kathmandu, Nepal 2017
A Wreath for my Poem; Poetry published in the anthology ‘These Fine Lines’; Kathmandu, Nepal 2016

Other Work
Creative Writing Teacher for 3rd-5th grade;  Kasthamandap School; Kathmandu, Nepal 2017
Marpha Foundation; English Teacher, Computer Teacher to Students, monks, and local women; Marpha & Syangja, Nepal 2015