Jyoti’s fluid and versatile approach to working in different media enables him to transform interior and exterior spaces into environments for contemplation and discovery. His site-specific, multi-sensory installations measure as small as a tree snag or as large as a city park. Here viewers can experience serenity, reflect on political and ecological issues, and connect to the transformative power of art. Jyoti has been credited with pioneering installation art in Nepal, where he presented The Myth of The a Nagas and the Kathmandu Valley Watershed: An Ecological Artwork in 1993.

Outdoor Installations
Gallery Installations