Degree: Fine Art
University: Central Saint Martins
Graduation Year: 2020
The tactual sensation, form, texture, and materials were always my primary nature to express ideas. I have been trying to confront the traditional boundaries of painting and sculpture and create on the edge of relief, fiber art, installation and performing art. My work is entirely focused on a wide spectrum of human condition that captures the fragility of both nature and the body.
Guided by the physicality of materials, I developed my technique through a lot of experimentation and research. The process-orientated approach, and interest in alchemy, define most of my work, and blends human made with natural, abstractive and figurative and often almost unlike.
My work reflects influences from varied artistic movements, including l’art informel, Surrealism, contemporary abstraction as well as, fiber art, magic realism and poetry.
I hope that the final outcome would evolve into independent experience, conveying new meanings and creating infinite number of interaction with the viewer.
2017, Royal Female School of Art (RFSA) Award
2018, University of the Arts London Scholarship
2019, University of the Arts London Scholarship
2019, Phoebe Llewellyn Smith Award
2020, University of the Arts London Scholarship