teisha k h is a multidisciplinary artist who was raised in a nomadic military family. With a father from Arkansas and a mother from Canada, Holloway became interested in identity as it relates to the narrative of a family structure that is informed by the situations and surroundings of the global climate. She touches on themes of connection, interlocking cycles of behavior, traditions, family, and the forming of a sense of self as it relates to such themes.
teisha k h received a BFA from Clemson University in 2017 and an MFA from Alfred University in 2020. Her practice is interdisciplinary and often process-oriented installation work that exists in the form of documentation. She draws from personal experiences of growing up as a military dependent to becoming a single mom in poverty. Her work aims to bring voice and power to the children of working class families in America by highlighting their oppression.