Sara Choudhrey: Driftwood

Artist(s): Sara Choudhrey
Running Time: Fri 9-Mon 12 November 2018, all day.
Price: FREE

This is a free event and open to all, so no ticket is required.

About this event

Whether botanical, wildlife, or human, all bodies experience the right to claim natural space their own. Yet changes in the environment and the impact of human intervention govern whose claim will take precedence.

Driftwood merges the physical flow of water into its material form to provide a visual of this interplay, an interaction that signifies resistance, compromise and conformity. The juxtaposition of the free-flowing medium seeped within the structured order of geometry conveys a further force in controlling the flow from moving entirely without purpose. The result is a binding between flow and form each playing its role in a system of larger play.

Sara Choudhrey applies a hybrid approach to art-making, utilising patterns inspired by Islamic visual culture and beyond. Combining research interests in digital technology and traditional methods of pattern-making, Sara’s artistic practice is a means to communicate theoretical and conceptual themes regarding our understanding and engagement with space, place, border and order.

About Sara Choudhrey

After obtaining a BSc in Multimedia Technology and Design from Brunel University, Sara Choudhrey completed an MA in Digital Arts from Camberwell College of Arts and passed her PhD in Digital Art from University of Kent. Sara has exhibited her work in various locations across the UK including the Royal Botanic Garden in Edinburgh, at Digital Futures in association with the V&A in London and also as part of the Islamic Arts Festival at the Sharjah Art Museum in the UAE. Sara is also a 2018 recipient of the Winston Churchill Memorial Trust Travel Fellowship for which she is researching the decorative arts of the Mudejar.

Part of the Digital Weekender 2018

This is a free event and open to all, so no ticket is required.

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