Farrah Hussain

Farah’s practice is very much inspired by their own life and who they embody. Farah’s work entails religion, drag, ethnomethodology, queerness, club culture and utopian worlds. They view their process as a journey of analysis, of the self, queer history and also contemporary culture. “The aesthetic of my work confides in a low-fi surreal world that is often based on the conceptual ‘safe space’. My practice takes to many disciplines but my current being sculpture, painting, photography and film. My intention is to analyse emotional and physical connections that create a unique sense of place.”