DARK MATTER
A VOYAGE OF DISCOVERY WITH
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12th Nov - 28th Jan 2016


‘Psychedelic Magnetite’ neckpiece in white metal, balsa wood, ink, acrylic paint and magnets
‘Psychedelic Magnetite’ neckpiece in white metal, balsa wood, ink, acrylic paint and magnets
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MALIHA KHAN

My work at present explores the concept of visual escapism. Inspired by psychedelic imagery, my research leads me to exploring various materials and making techniques with the intention to create sculptural objects that are visually enticing and intriguing; immersing the viewer into the mystery of each object. I have predominantly focused on using strong and vibrant colours with the combination of balsa wood, Perspex and aspects of metal. Combining an element of playfulness with hidden bursts of colour and manipulation qualities created by mirrors and lenses. Due to the exploration of materials I am constantly discovering new and exciting ways to create interesting objects. I have developed a diverse collection of pieces, each in turn inspiring the next.

Biographical Details

Exploring the Jewellery World’s New Frontiers are:
Maliha Khan
, Glasgow School of Art; Mark Newman, National College of Art and Design, Dublin; Genevieve Howard, National College of Art and Design, Dublin ; Melissa Morgan, Hereford College of Art; Beatrice Wall, Hereford College of Art ; Megan Falconer, Duncan of Jordanstone Collage of Art, Dundee; Elisavet Messi, University for the Creative Arts, Rochester; Rosie Clayden, University of Brighton; Jocelyn He, Birmingham School of Jewellery; Joanna Witcher, Middlesex University, London; Ieva Mikutaite, Glasgow School of Art.

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