Zero Noor kunstnik
As I embarked on my artistic journey, I initially began my studies in the spatial design department. However, I soon discovered a natural and irresistible passion for painting and, especially, drawing. The academic exploration of the human form in drawing classes resonated deeply with my other interests, such as dance and fashion. Painting and drawing became a delectable indulgence, a creative dessert I eagerly immersed myself in. During the creation of “Nightshift,” I refined my artistic skills and deepened my understanding of material use. It opened doors for further exploration, sparking my curiosity to delve into the intricate relationship between the human form, storytelling, and the depths of human experience. “Nightshift” embodies my artistic growth, pushing boundaries and challenging societal norms. It evokes emotions, sparks introspection, and fosters empathy. This body of work celebrates the diverse beauty of humanity, inviting profound conversations about the intricate interplay between body, belief, and self-perception.