Her work focuses on abstract, geometric and scientific research and often involves technology to translate these concepts to an audience. The way in which the viewer responds to the work is key to how it is produced; it is their interactivity with her art that makes the pieces come to life, allowing the viewers to become an active spectators.
Since graduating in 2012, Aphra Shemza has exhibited in a number of exhibitions in and around London and often exhibits work with Kinetica Museum and the Lights of Soho gallery. Her work has been featured in a number of publications and press both on the Internet and in print, most notably Tate Etc, GQ Magazine and Time Out.
Skill-set/Experience: Exceptional Project Management skills, basic carpentry and making skills in metal and plastic, knowledge in casting, proficient soldering and circuit building skills and specific knowledge of interactive technologies, Computer skills include: 3d design (Sketchup), illustrator, photoshop and indesign and all other word processing.