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Heather Hua

Agoraphobia

I have been gloomy and depressed from the time I was an adolescent, so painting became the way in which I could push away the emotions, and then transform those intense feelings into meaningful art. When I am inspired by complex emotions, I think about how I can capture the beauty and vitality from them. This predicament arouses the tension and makes the theme of art powerful. In addition, having been influenced by literature and comics, I have gradually built my own language to depict the scenes and express the emotions via visual art.

Agoraphobia depicts a dream sequence in the form of a picture book. I got my inspiration from dreams and memory fragments, threading them into this story in a logical way through emotional changes. There were various strong emotions haunting me while I conceive this project, but the scenes that finally precipitated in my mind are very restrained.Read More

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