Earth is a fertile ground where things are materialized, buried, then recreated again. Inspired by this
procreation process, artist Galuh Anindita muddled and mold the earthly delights into atypical body
MAHIJA, Sanskrit for “daughter of the earth”, comprehends an unorthodox approach to primordial ideals of
beauty. Brass, silver, and gold are forged, smelted, electrified; through various techniques transcended into
unusually gigantic, bizarre, yet voluptuous shapes that offers a rarely studied, esoteric presentation of charm
In its discourse, MAHIJA transforms body adornment into a more sacred, religious experience
—a process of bodifying oneself’s unembodied Self.
Welcome to unearthing your primal feminine.