BA (Hons) Fine Art graduates talked to AUB after their London Summer Shows. Here Palito Dominguin discusses her work
Can you tell us about your work?
It represents falling in to this world and all the personalities that a human or person goes through, and the fighting forward and backwards. I think humans are really fragile and white represents purity. The most important bit about this is spending a lot of time doing it and also that I look at this as more of a sculpture, than a drawing. I made the frames and the drawings, it all goes together. Seventy five figures fell out and I stuck them in the frame as well. The frame goes with the work, it’s not just something framed, it’s everything together. It’s more like a box than a frame.
How have you found your time at AUB?
It was hard, it was definitely a challenge for me, being away from home. Something different obviously but I’ve learned so much. I always say that I don’t know what to do now, but I know what I don’t want to do, so that is a step forward.
What do you plan to do next?
Well, four days ago I got a job. I’m going to be working for the next year at Gordon’s School in Surrey, in the Woking area. It’s one of the Queen’s schools, which is quite cool! I am going to be an art teaching assistant.
Find out more about BA (Hons) Fine Art at AUB.