What do you notice most about the quiet moments in between daily routines?
For Berlin-based multidisciplinary artist Latika Nehra, her art seems to be a snapshot of transience. Using her surroundings and life as a rich garden of inspirations, she builds a world which is entirely her own. When gazing at her collection of work, two things are apparent: Firstly, how beautifully lush and intricate the elements are. Secondly, the sheer amount of talent displayed in her distinct style. Her compositions embody a certain purity, making them extremely expressive and magnetic while simultaneously delicate.
We caught up with her to talk about her inspirations, and to find out what makes her tick:
5 tools that are important for your craft
Observation, Empathy, Spontaneity, Paints and Adobe Photoshop.
4 words you hate hearing in a brief
It’s a low budget.
3 objects on your desk
My mac plugged into my speakers, my diary with some concept scribbles and some dry plants or flowers.
2 projects that took too long to finish
Houses of Goa and my current portrait series.
1 thing you never tire of
Published as part of our 5 To 1 series.
Images by Lailum.