I make art by animating, psychoanalysis, and discovery through the subconscious.
Janella Mele is an artist born in 1989. She makes giant, emotional monsters on anything surfaces, building Virtual Reality worlds through Unity, and repurposing her parasite paintings as a skin landscape in 3D animation and programing.
Janella transferred from Northern Essex Community College and studied how to art at Tufts/SMFA (BFA 2018), where she received the Melissa Beth Myers award in recognition of resilience. In her first solo exhibition Reclaimed Voice, Janella collaged a living installation out of Gallery 263, and morphed the space into a cocooned time–capsule.
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