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Yurim Gough
Artwork materials: 
Ceramic, life-drawing, digital transformers, gold
Mixed Media
Artwork size: 
28.5 x 31.5 cm
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My art practice explores humans' complex emotions, different feelings and thoughts; it is concerned with expressing the subconscious mind in my artworks. 

This work is influenced by the isolation that hugely affects our lives at the moment, the mental health issues such as depression, dementia, social anxiety, and low self-esteem. The vibrant and aposematism represents the emotions to countless forms like a cell that interact and pull with one another, the colourful blocks are blended and puzzled to support one strong feeling.

Life drawing in front of a living model is very important and it helps me to understand the humanity that bridges between reality and the idealistic by joining the model's pose to the contoured surface of the ceramic piece. The lines are communicated on the rough texture of the hand-built stoneware with a ceramic pencil, never changing a line. The jagged lines soften under glaze. Subsequently, a variety of colourful images are layered on top of the life drawing. I make them translucent with the human body visible underneath.

Yurim Gough

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