Visakh Menon was born in India and moved to the New York in 2007. He currently splits his time creating installations, video art, and mixed media drawings. His current body of work focuses on the creation of physical manifestations of digital artifacts and objects of fictionalized reverence, often born out of a fascination for certain aspects of technology and science.
Visakh has exhibited nationally and internationally including recent shows at the DUMBO arts festival, Spattered Columns (NY), Gallery Aferro (NJ), Rabbit Hole Gallery (NY), Digital Media City Gallery (Seoul) and was included in the Rhizome Art Base.
He was selected for the Mentoring Fellowship for Immigrant Artists at New York Foundation for the Arts in 2010 (NYFA). In 2007 Visakh received an MFA in Graphic Design from the Maryland Institute College of Art.