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Kouzoulada

Kouzoulada

Identity comprises layers; including but not limited to occupation, gender, and nationality. Those native of Crete, the largest island in Greece, associate themselves with being Greek but are also fiercely proud of their Cretan heritage and history, which is unique…

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Gift-A-Passport

Gift-A-Passport

A small but powerful object, the passport is one of the most important documents that may come within our possession. Beyond a travel document, today it is a highly-prized and widely discussed commodity that possesses the power to shape one’s…

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Tudo Azul / All Blue

Urbanization is one of the biggest issues of the 21st century. With education and employment opportunities being concentrated in cities, rural areas have become forgotten, forsaken and ‘unseen’. Tudo Azul / All Blue is a work that uses sculpture as…

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Brush

Brush

Artistic representations of the human body can be found in nearly every culture in the world, demonstrating the central role the body plays in art. Often viewed as a contested terrain, on which struggles over control and resistance are fought out in contemporary societies, the body of another can also be seen as a tool: utilized to fulfil one’s desires and motives.

Brush is a participatory art installation & performance that questions the influence external agents such as political entities, galleries, and private collectors, have on artists and their art.

By inviting participants to use the artist’s body to paint, the paintings created are directly influenced by external agents, and the artist is reduced to the inanimate – a performative instrument devoid of autonomy, utilized to achieve objectives of the other. The paintings were produced in-situ during the performance.

Materials used are acrylic paint on paper, body and time.

First performed at Bodyfront Belgrade, Inspiring Change Artist residency showcase, Društveni centar NNK, Belgrade, Serbia.

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Azadi / Freedom

Azadi / Freedom

Azadi / Freedom comprises of two works inspired by primary research findings, specifically, a face-to-face interview with Asif, an Afghan refugee who has resettled in Edinburg, in collaboration with COLOURSedinburgh. The work was exhibited and auctioned as part of ongoing efforts to…

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To The Future Self

To the future self

To the future self is a participatory art installation to explore the concept of self and time, held at the Barter Art Market in collaboration with Indigoism, at the Singapore Coffee Festival 2017, During the intervention, participants were invited to…

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