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As a visual artist, Jaajr delves into the intricate connections between the self, time, and the continuous change of the universe. Through a practice-based approach that revolves around the exploration of materials and the art of making, she seeks to unravel the mysteries of existence and translate them into works that challenge the boundaries of traditional art forms.

By immersing themselves in the creative process, Jaajr's art seeks to bridge the gap between the tangible and the intangible, inviting viewers to contemplate the interconnectedness of all things and the fluid nature of the universe.


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✹ Artefact, the contemporary craft fair

21st July 2021
                

This week, me and my classmates went to this craft fair in Design centre. We have got to see many interesting craft object such as Ceramics, paper work, glass work or wood work. The firs thing I picked up from this visit is that I kind of get the idea of how how to make money from your art pieces, we need to put it out there in the craft fair like this. A lot of innovative pieces, interesting context and material. It’s really inspiring.

'Hypochondria Exploding 30 Pieces', Mixed media by Klari Reis

I found one art work that I saw from Pinterest million times before, and seeing it in person is just another level. 'Hypochondria Exploding 30 Pieces', Mixed media by Klari Reis, the petri dish inspired glass work that I once used as a reference in my fabric pattern design project. In person, I can see the vibrant of colours, dept and texture of the material more realistically.


Wall installation art pieces by Peter Monaghan

Another one that I found it really eye catching is this two wall installation art pieces by Peter Monaghan. The principle is that the tiny poles that have tilted faced on the top are place in different direction, when seen from different angle the reflection will follow with the viewer eyes. I link this principle with Gisela Colon’s work that play with the position of the viewer and found it really interesting in the way that, the artist only use such a simple shape and material but can speak so clearly about how reflective material works.

NON-EXISTENT EXISTENCE 2021 NO.4, 2021 by Zhao Jinya

I also find glass pieces interesting in the way that artist use translucent effect and fluorescent colour to give the sense of alienate object - NON-EXISTENT EXISTENCE 2021 NO.4, 2021 by Zhao Jinya is another collection that I can imagine it in my house.


Listening to the Waves’ by Takayuki Sakiyama

Another one that I admired the process and technique of making is this award winning ceramic piece ‘Listening to the Waves’ by Takayuki Sakiyama, that won the prize from the craft council, I saw the pieces on instagram since before visit the exhibition and once I talked with the staff and get to know the process a bit more, I felt in love! The line and form represent the wave from the sea that the artist were living during the residency.

Coming to this exhibition makes me felt hopeful about what I’m going to make in the future, I feel like here is a place for us, the maker to showcase and sell our work. More over the event like this give the opportunity to other maker to gather around and exchange idea, which I found really helpful for creativity.