I am a textile artist who draws inspiration from diverse cultural backgrounds. Having lived in many parts of the world, I am fascinated by how different societies and cultures perceive female roles, identities, and social responsibilities. My practice seeks to examine these perceptions and how they perpetuate the oppression of women.
The enquiry into historic textile craft also creates a polysemic statement about women’s social roles. Women form the social fabric, bind and hold society together, yet they are undermined, wrongly characterised as prone to unravel, fragile, and dependant.
I worked as a legal executive for several years in Germany. Gradually I developed a passion for art and decided not to pursue my career in law. Instead, I chose a profession closer to my heart and nature.
I feel that I can contribute more effectively to society by communicating through visual language.
CREATIVE 16 INTERIM SHOW
BA and FdA interim exhibition, Kingston College Creative Industries Centre, Kingston.
BA and FdA graduate show, Kingston College Creative Industries Centre,