Printed Matter (updating)
Trained as a printmaker, she uses print as a slow process of looking by inviting viewers to travel their eyes through layers of different shades and colours as a way of observing nature. She works with etching, drypoint and silk screen technics which also combined with innovative methods oriented by the concept of each project. She uses metallic and organic powder pigments, gold-leaf to create contrasting textures and reflective layers (image1); deconstructed pixels as a representation of romanticised digital utopia (image 4). She combines print editions with painting as a way to revisit landscapes and as cross-sections of time.
Swedish Garden (night)
Silkscreen in 5 colours, Somerset Velvet Black paper 200gsm
Image size 36.5x27cm, paper size 38x57cm
Edition of 11
Silkscreen in 6 colours, Somerset Waterford Paper 638gsm, 57x38cm
Edition of 16
A series of 5 drypoint prints and a poem printed by letterpress
Collaboration with poet Johnathan Locke Hart
Series of 24 unique edition
Silk screen printed in 4 colours, hand painted with mix medium
The Numberless Island
Silk screen, gold-leaf on 8 panels
Photo etching x chine-colle x gold leaf dedicated to the box set project of Royal Society of Painter-printmakers.
Seeing is believing(detail)
Lithography and screen print
Part of Royal College of Art box set project.
Portraits of Anonymous
Cut-out figures from news
Traces, is a series of experimental works consisting of digital print on silk , needle stitching and light box.
various sizes between 40x50cm to 50x60cm.
Constructied and installed in Beijing,, 2013