Jazmin Dua (b. 1991) an Interdisciplinary artist
As an interdisciplinary artist, I create performances, photo work, and interactive experiences that challenge viewers to think critically about our highly polarized surveilled society. I explore the tangles of representations, traditions, rituals, and patterns within my work—referencing a specific point of view of the mundane object or act.
My photo work is the idea of repetition as ritual of the daily routine to provoke the essence of conversation with no restrictions. I aim to create or recreate an importance on everyday passing objects, rituals, and traditions through non-conventional forms and fusions of imagery and performance. A form of storytelling and direction of life, interactions, and identity. My work primarily works in editions through documentation or piece of the experienced performance. I am exploring objects, fabrics, and architecture within my work borrowing from capturing I try to connect the bridges and interaction within the human experience.