Anisha’s interests in observing people and their environments, past and present along with her interests in the preservation of experiences through photography and other media have led her to many different places, far from New York. She has traveled extensively, further exploring more deeply the cultures she was only glimpsing in New York. Traveling to Asia, Middle East, Africa, Europe and Central America, she encountered the parallels among our differences and similarities. These experiences increased her interests in the relationship between the individual and the space occupied within the confines of time. Through her works she explores the impression left within a space or environment after a presence or action ceases to be. This exploration informed the works she began creating leading her to explore the incorporation of other media along with photography in her more recent pieces.
She has created various bodies of works inspired by her respect and awe of the many ways by which we perceive existences in time and what is left afterwards. Anisha's explorations through her photography have led her along various creative paths. More recently, she has combined photography with sculpture and painting to investigate how the perception of existences in time persist. She continues to explore the idea of the human presence in various environments. She has recently begun a new series of works entitled ANYWHERE in NYC. You can find more information about this series @anishablaneskall and on her website anishablaneskall.com