Marikit Mayeno

is a visual artist from Oakland California who studied at The New School in New York City.
She uses research-based artmaking focused on the intersections of science and spirituality
to challenge systems of power and binary thinking from colonialism to capitalism. Her mediums
include ink, paint, and upcycled materials such as plastic and one-time-use paper to call
attention to excessive consumption and environmental pollution.
Her studies and art include complex, symbiotic systems, and relationships to foster a pluralistic
worldview and encourage planetary health and sustainability. She is passionate about being a
community organizer and educator to help build more equitable and resilient futures that value
racial justice and the interconnectivity of humans with nature.

Previous Exhibits:
Wollman Hall
Foundation Fiminco
Gallery D, Parsons Paris
E4 Parsons NYC
The Palace of Fine Arts
David Brower Center
SFMOMA Gallery
Catharine Clark Gallery
The White Box

[Marikit adorned with leaves in the Meudon Forest] 

[Marikit’s workbooks detail her self-design BA, Arts of
Environmental Justice: Interdisciplinary Science, Fine Arts, and Religious Studies]