People speak different languages and have a different cultural background; often it is difficult to communicate and understand one cultural idea correctly through a foreign language or translation. Visual language is the universal language to engage with all different viewers, where it is powerful as any kinds of language regarding emotional connection or communication. In my works, I use my visual language sincerely to build emotional relationships, to deliver values and to tell a story. They offered instead of authority and brought together of personnel, offering impermanent and incomplete provisional space and time to balance (rather than directly challenge) dominant cultural forms and tools with something personal, shareable, intended and meant.Locked Pro Plan feature
Final Grade: Distinction
Run by Arts SU, Xhibit 2018 is open to all students, studying at any level, across all disciplines. With no set brief – artists are free to explore any topic and express it through any medium. The result is a powerful collection of work, featuring 32 artists from across all of UAL’s six world-leading colleges. The judging panel includes Frances Morris - Curator and Director of Tate Modern.
My mixed media painting ‘Mirror in a bathroom’ was shortlisted for RA A-level Summer online exhibition.