THROUGH THE SQUARE WINDOW.  An ongoing exploration of multilayered hand silkscreen printed wall sculpture.  Playing with depth, shadow and colour, these pieces are hand silkscreen printed embracing the process as a painterly one. Every flaw is celebrated against the synthetic substrate.  These works are looking to our constant pursuit of perfection and the price we pay for this unattainable goal. Our relationships, positive and negative, attract and repel, the often fine balance of human relationships and the outside forces that influence them.
       
     
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 "Banazi looks to our constant pursuit of perfection and the price we pay for this unattainable goal. A reflection on the fluctuating value of our own self-worth, her work examines imperfection in a world lost amid the noise of impossible ideals. Ideals imposed by our environment and, more importantly, ourselves.   Currency  features a collection of hand pulled silkscreen prints on Perspex. Refraining from retouching any of the silk screens, Banazi accepts the artworks in their unedited beauty. Celebrating blemishes, praising flaws and enjoying the unpredictable process of creating the work — an experience that was both challenging and liberating.  An exploration of tessellating shapes and curves, each print is layered with a variety of patterns that blend and mesh, coming in and out of focus as the viewer moves throughout the space. The sum of these individual elements elicits a visceral sense of awe and respect for each piece’s uniquely flawed beauty, allowing Banazi to play upon the notion of what our aesthetic ideals are and who gets to decide them."  Shena Jamieson Lamington Drive 'CURRENCY' exhibition 2015
       
     
 THROUGH THE SQUARE WINDOW.  An ongoing exploration of multilayered hand silkscreen printed wall sculpture.  Playing with depth, shadow and colour, these pieces are hand silkscreen printed embracing the process as a painterly one. Every flaw is celebrated against the synthetic substrate.  These works are looking to our constant pursuit of perfection and the price we pay for this unattainable goal. Our relationships, positive and negative, attract and repel, the often fine balance of human relationships and the outside forces that influence them.
       
     

THROUGH THE SQUARE WINDOW.

An ongoing exploration of multilayered hand silkscreen printed wall sculpture.

Playing with depth, shadow and colour, these pieces are hand silkscreen printed embracing the process as a painterly one. Every flaw is celebrated against the synthetic substrate.

These works are looking to our constant pursuit of perfection and the price we pay for this unattainable goal. Our relationships, positive and negative, attract and repel, the often fine balance of human relationships and the outside forces that influence them.

No166_YELLOW.jpg
       
     
No176_FluroRed.jpg
       
     
No165_CMYK.jpg
       
     
No162_CMYK.jpg
       
     
No164_CMYK.jpg
       
     
No172_YELLOW.jpg
       
     
No174_CMYK.jpg
       
     
No178_FluroRed.jpg
       
     
homepage.jpg
       
     
 "Banazi looks to our constant pursuit of perfection and the price we pay for this unattainable goal. A reflection on the fluctuating value of our own self-worth, her work examines imperfection in a world lost amid the noise of impossible ideals. Ideals imposed by our environment and, more importantly, ourselves.   Currency  features a collection of hand pulled silkscreen prints on Perspex. Refraining from retouching any of the silk screens, Banazi accepts the artworks in their unedited beauty. Celebrating blemishes, praising flaws and enjoying the unpredictable process of creating the work — an experience that was both challenging and liberating.  An exploration of tessellating shapes and curves, each print is layered with a variety of patterns that blend and mesh, coming in and out of focus as the viewer moves throughout the space. The sum of these individual elements elicits a visceral sense of awe and respect for each piece’s uniquely flawed beauty, allowing Banazi to play upon the notion of what our aesthetic ideals are and who gets to decide them."  Shena Jamieson Lamington Drive 'CURRENCY' exhibition 2015
       
     

"Banazi looks to our constant pursuit of perfection and the price we pay for this unattainable goal. A reflection on the fluctuating value of our own self-worth, her work examines imperfection in a world lost amid the noise of impossible ideals. Ideals imposed by our environment and, more importantly, ourselves.

Currency features a collection of hand pulled silkscreen prints on Perspex. Refraining from retouching any of the silk screens, Banazi accepts the artworks in their unedited beauty. Celebrating blemishes, praising flaws and enjoying the unpredictable process of creating the work — an experience that was both challenging and liberating.

An exploration of tessellating shapes and curves, each print is layered with a variety of patterns that blend and mesh, coming in and out of focus as the viewer moves throughout the space. The sum of these individual elements elicits a visceral sense of awe and respect for each piece’s uniquely flawed beauty, allowing Banazi to play upon the notion of what our aesthetic ideals are and who gets to decide them."

Shena Jamieson Lamington Drive 'CURRENCY' exhibition 2015