Attracted to the interconnectedness of all beings beyond any cultural, social or political identities, Angela Xrisaphina explores the inherent narrative of objects through ceramic sculptures embellished with sgraffito motifs. Amphorae are adorned in naively sketched symbols and mark makings as a vehicle for storytelling. Through her meditative process and the rhythm of repetitive movement, Xrisaphina’s artmaking explores a nostalgic search for connection between the internal, external and eternal.

Xrisaphina holds a Master of Art (Spatial and Temporal Practice) at the University of NSW Art and Design. Her travels through ancient landscapes around the world, particularly to the desert regions of Australia, led her into a contemplative study of the common narratives between all beings.

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