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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.


✹  Heather Phillipson at Tate Britain
10th December 2021

I visited Tate Britain today with my friend, Barasha, this is my first time visiting there. There were 2 exhibitions that were going on - the installation art by Heather Phillipson and Hogarth and Europe. It was quite different medium in the way that one is comtemporary interactive and another is more like traditional art.

For Heather Phillipson, I like the way that the artist play with spaces and pop-culture kind of way of how people consuming art. In other word, the exhibition looks really instagramable. There is still a dialogue arguing about how art should be and how art shouldn’t be around this subject, but for me adapting with the world is another way for art to ‘survive’ in this world of fast produced content on the internet. Going to gallery, museum and exhibition to just take pictures isn’t a problem for me, I think to enjoy the context of art is a privilage inwhich is limited in just a small group of people.

If someones who does love looking at nice things and enjoy comsuming art in that way, I think it’s fair too if they don’t have an interest to research later - what is the exhibition about, who is the artist, why are they important. For some people, going to an art exhibition is the way to just experience the art pieces and that’s ok if they know nothing about the art/ artist. That way, I think, It will lessen the pressure from going to an exhibiton not knowing what’s going on and open more space for more people to come visit art gallery and that will eventually make an impact to the art world. 

What i wanted to point out is that, my friend Barasha comes from the non-art related background but she saw the exhibition from TikTok, and would love to have some pictures taken from the exibition too. I love that how people make trend out of art exhibition, and bring people closer into art and vice versa. 

The End by Heather Phillipson, Fourth Plinth, Trafalgar’s square 

Later, I found out that Heather Phillipson is the same artist who made whipped cream sculpture at Trafalgar Square! The End - it’s called.

Another exhibition we were visiting - Hogarth and Europe, interestingly, I enjoyed it more than I thought! The painting contained with many homour expressing through facial expression of the figures, but with the traditional painting like this it fairly makes me feel distance as they illustrate mostly about nobal and wealthy people’s life. I’m wondering about how much they had earned and how little prole had had only just because they were born unfortunate. Nowadays, the gab between rich and poor is smaller, but we can not deny there still is, and I am still wondering if the world without those gabs would ever be possible? 

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