Seainin Passi

MA work

Response to colour is the most immediate and basic of human responses. It requires no experience, no learning; it is innate. Each colour of the spectrum is a vibration, a frequency, resonating with different aspects of the body and mind. Our relationship with a particular colour can tell us something about our relationship with the part of consciousness that the colour represents. This is a universal language that exists deep within each of us. It is my aim to reawaken our relationship with colour.

Info

  • MA Degree

    School

    School of Fine Art

    Programme

    MA Goldsmithing, Silversmithing, Metalwork & Jewellery, 2010

  • Response to colour is the most immediate and basic of human responses. It requires no experience, no learning; it is innate. Each colour of the spectrum is a vibration, a frequency, resonating with different aspects of the body and mind. Our relationship with a particular colour can tell us something about our relationship with the part of consciousness that the colour represents. This is a universal language that exists deep within each of us. It is my aim to reawaken our relationship with colour.

  • Degrees

  • Healer/Chakra technician, Body Mirror System of Healing and Self-Knowledge, Brofman Foundation for the Advancement of Healing, 2010; PGCE, Postgraduate Certificate in Education: Post Compulsory Education, University of Brighton, 2008; BA Hons First Class, Materials Practice: Wood, Metal, Ceramics, Plastics, University of Brighton, 2007
  • Experience

  • Teaching/workshop assistant, Design Camp, London, 2009; Project facilitator/research assistant, Centre for Excellence in Teaching and Learning Through Design (CETLD), University of Brighton, Brighton, 2008/9; Children's community project workshop organiser/facilitator, Artsketa, Belfast, 2007/8; Visiting tutor, Materials Practice, University Brighton, Brighton, 2007
  • Exhibitions

  • Effe Kijken 1/2 - The Human Touch/Overcoat, Galerie Marzee, Nijmegen, Netherlands, 2008 & 2009; Masters and Protégés, Museum of Arts & Crafts – Itami/Mikimoto Hall, Touring exhibition, Japan, 2008; Woodland Wonderland, Rochester Art Gallery, Kent, 2008; Belfast Mela, Botanic Gardens, Belfast, 2008