Vexta hit a bunch of walls in Kochi during the first Contemporary Art Biennale of India. This is how her psychedelic street pieces unfolded across the walls and lane ways.
Each piece contains a thematic narrative which can be read in any order. This street art builds on themes Vexta has been exploring in her work for some time: metamorphosis, transcendence and our interconnectedness with the surrounding environment, through the creation of contemporary, secular works which play with ideas of life /death and the feminine experience.
Travel and the creation of site specific work that reflects the locations that they are made are essential in Vexta's street art.
Cinematography: Aaron Glasson & Rah Akaishi
Editors: Aaron Glasson & Rah Akaishi
Music by: ISNOD
Sound recordings: Bruce Miller
Special Thanks: Converse, Ironlak, Very Nearly Almost, Arts Victoria, Kochi-Muziris Biennale 2012