Ata Mojlish / আতা মজলিশ



Truce - Solo

Dhaka, Bangladesh 

Mink Festival - A Zoo of the pandemic

Athens, Greece

In (and out of) the stones of our minds

Dhaka, Bangladesh 


Rome, Italy 


Dhaka, Bangladesh 

Austin Art Space

Austin, Texas

Life As We Knew It

Austin, Texas


Bengal Gallery, Bangladesh​

Urban Youth Fest

Dhaka, Bangladesh​

Decay at Chapel St

Melbourne, Australia



Dhaka Bangladesh

Massachusetts, USA

...and several others

Art Talks

Guest Lecturer

University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh


Bengal Gallery

Storytellers' Fest

Moar Creative Space

Image & New Media

Shi​lpakala Academy

Fine Art Photography

Bangladesh University of Professionals

Art for the Mass

University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh

Curatorial Projects

In the terrains of fear
2021, Co-curator

Dhaka Bangladesh

Published work/ Features

2020, P. Chowdhury

In the mindscape of Ata Mojlish

Feature, The Daily Star, Bangladesh

2020, R. Mondira

Truce - Juddhobiroti

Arts​&Entertainment, TDS, BD

2020, K Shihab

Mundane Life

Feature,​ New Age Bangladesh

2020, T. Zaman

A Love letter to Dhaka

Editorial, The Daily Star, Bangladesh

2020, S. Bari

Life in Digital Art

Interview, The Daily Star, Bangladesh

2019, A. Mojlish (Feature)

Traitor Memories

Star Weekend, Bangladesh

2019, S Colombo

Suburbs, LoosenArt

Magazine, Italy


2016, S Iraj

Young Photographers (Feature)

The Daily Independent

Ata Mojlish is a multimedia artist who splits his existence between Dhaka, Bangladesh and Austin, Texas. Working with a variety of digital mediums such as photography, digital manipulation, video, motion graphics, audio and 3D; he researches questions on self exploration, displacement, political systems, identity and the perceptions of home.

Mojlish’s work is an effort of enabling the senses that help manifest awareness on some level. Through an invitation of self evaluation, his creations are an attempt to shed light on well hidden parts of him as well the communities that his work belongs to. His artmaking process often starts with concepts that display an accepted definition of reality. They are then reconstructed, lifting the curtain from several versions of the truth that grew a habit of staying suppressed in plain sight.


Mojlish is a native of Dhaka, Bangladesh. He received his BSS in Media Studies from the University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh (ULAB). In addition to his art practice, Mojlish also co-founded two distinct Bangladesh based art collectives named Ghartera and Cartoon People. He is currently employed in Austin as a senior graphic designer for the local Texan brand TYLER'S.


University of Liberal Arts

BSS, Summa Cum Laude

Media Studies & Journalism




Graphic Designer

Austin, Texas


Co-Founder, Creative Director

Dhaka, Bangladesh

Cartoon People


Dhaka, Bangladesh