Aishath Huda is a visual artist from the Maldives. She explores the relationship between humans and nature, and shared experiences of consciousness, embodiment and human/ natural co-existence. Her work translates into evolving experiences of natural connectedness. She uses painting, and materials such as mulberry paper, textiles, charcoal, oil, pigments and Chinese ink to create shifts in perceptions in her work.
Huda is currently an M.F.A Art 2023 candidate at the University of Illinois at Chicago. After receiving a BFA in 2016 from China Academy of Art, Hangzhou, she has worked as a teaching artist at the Maldives National University. She co-founded Fine Art Maldives, an association committed to support the artists and communities of the Maldives. In 2019, she had a solo exhibition at the National Art Gallery of Maldives, titled The Bird and the Flying Fish. Her work has been shown in several national and international exhibitions including Sardinia, Barcelona, Zanzibar, Thimphu, Paro, New Delhi, Beijing, Hangzhou, and Shanghai.