Zahra Hoccom was born in Somerset and is a recent Drawing graduate at Falmouth University. Using print, drawing and photography as mediums to illustrate her ideas, her work focusses on issues stigmatised in western culture. Most recently these include human existentialism into life’s finitude; racism, sexism and homophobia. Within some drawings which she would relate to abstract expressionism, Zahra encompasses mark-making without spontaneity, instead, she uses intricacy. Her work attempts to push the boundaries of drawing and how contemporary drawing can be made.
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