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Jasmine Pradissitto
Famine,
40 x 35 x 25 cm, noxtek, 2020

 

Jasmine makes sculptures from nitrogen dioxide (NOX) absorbing ceramic geopolymers to highlight air pollution. The symbol of the inhaler asthma sufferers also reminds us of those who are particularly vulnerable to the affects of the corona virus. Jasmine is a physicist, artist and public speaker. Her innovative works and partnerships seek to address diminishing air quality and pollution, which impact people and the bio-diverse planet. She has a PhD from University College London on the quantum behaviour of silicon in fibre optics and has studied Fine Art at Goldsmiths College and Sir John Cass.