BA (Hons) Fine Art
During Josephine’s time at NUA, she has evaluated and transformed her ideas of the ‘contemporary and conventional’ and how she combines them. From welding to relief printing, Josephine has tried as many new techniques as possible, before landing on sculpture, photography, and painting as her main venues of expression.
Through her time in this course, she has explored themes of religion, location, decay, iconography, surrealism and the comparisons of women and food. Alongside her personal practise, Josephine has been working on projects about her learning disabilities and helping other disabled students, through research projects.
Josephine is now pivoting towards creating work that combines her love of the feminine, still-life and alien/mythical and surreal concepts; promoting the growth in what she loves as a modern woman. She would like to develop the curation skills that she has learnt from being a part of the curation team and many exhibitions throughout her degree.