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About the art
To me the sea is a continual miracle; the fishes that swim, the rocks, the motion of the waves, the ships with men in them. What stranger miracles are there?
The palm trees swished and swashed.
The wind blew harder,
As if to tease the leaves on.
To swish off and away,
Into the strong wave and current.
As if they were sails on a ship,
Sailing into the unknown.
Based in: Singapore
The artist was born in the Central Asian country of Kazakhstan, part of the former USSR. She studied not only visual art, but also music, dance, and architecture academically. This varied and diverse education provided her with a synesthetic understanding, developing her capacity to translate music into visuals and movement, …
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