Nya Forder-Hudson Foundation Degree (FdA) Art & Design
Nya’s collection focusses on the Japanese artist movement, Superflat. She utilises common grotesque themes of Ero Guro Nansensu and juxtaposes them with vibrant and sweet Kawaii imagery, that virtually reverses or trivialises the disturbing pain portrayed, with its overwhelming cuteness.
Nya takes the mundane and presents it in an almost mystical childish manner; the goal is to evoke a rush of emotion with complete freedom of what those emotions may be. Continuing with the theme of freedom, Nya sporadically curates her pieces within the exhibition space, like a teenager adorns their walls with posters. Nya’s multimedia artworks, both alone and together, create a unique immersive experience for the viewer, as to Nya, the reception of her makings is just as much a part of her work as is the process of creating each emotionally explosive piece.