Paresha lives and works in London. She is interested in patterns encountered in the everyday world, particularly those found in nature. According to neuroscientists, the human brain seeks to organise thoughts in temporary sequences which are then often fixed into particular habitual thought patterns if repeated. Her practice seeks to disturb patterns of habit through interference in order to open up new possibilities of looking and thinking. Sequences and patterns are distorted and reformed in the paintings and the prints in an attempt to form new perspectives.