Egi is an artist who loves working with conceptualising the positionality of shapes in relation to lines and surfaces.
Taking surface as a medium, rather than an object, she takes image as refracted space.
Egi has a very unique art style that holds a tendency toward the syncopated. Yet, combining this syncopation with her rhythmic motion building, the result is always a harmonisation with the present.
The linguistic undertones of Egi’s work attests to her passion for experimentation with lines. Line-work is an unspoken language for Egi, which conveys meaning more so by what it withholds than by what it discloses.
“Every line breathes new life into surface” Egi explains. “And that is exactly why design is an exposition of the inexplicable.”