Naasirah A Ramjan

Naasirah A Ramjan

Stand: F12
  • | Solo Artist
Naasirah A Ramjan

Naasirah Ayesha Ramjan is an English artist who was born on the Island of Mauritius. She grew up and resides in the United Kingdom. She completed a foundation diploma in Art & Design at the University of the Arts London (2013) and graduated in Bachelors of Fine Art at Goldsmiths, University of London (2017). ‘I see my work as a mirror, I watch the current state of our world’s reality and looking back at the reflection, our future. I want my works to be known to the world, for the viewers to be aware of how our environment is becoming modern and the old is disappearing, if we don’t take care of it well. Being interpreted through oil paints and the imaginative mind in the form of landscapes between land and sea, I visualize the land being the present whilst the sea being our future. It is a mystery of what is below us and we are awaiting of what will happen. This can be looked in an opposite way as we are the time traveling machine, looking back at our past as we move forward, personal events we have been through (which are often narrated in imaginative landscapes) and at the same time running against the clock. The space in between each canvas acts like a portal which indicates the beings are exiting from the previous dimension and entering into another. My style of work are painted in a combination of impressionism, expressionism and surrealism. I often get my inspiration from places worldwide such as Venice, Switzerland, Cornwall etc and from my personal life itself. At my stand, the viewers can also explore the soothing atmosphere of ocean life; the beauty of old and modern buildings/landmarks present above land and mysteriously hidden underneath.’

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