Ayesha Sureya is a Jewellery Artist and 3D designer from London whose work is inspired by the beauty but also tangled identities around being British-South-Asian. She graduated from the Jewellery Design course at Central St. Martins (2018) and has continued working from her studio in Stoke Newington. Her practice explores her cultural identity and entails heavily researched theologies and symbolism to help draw connections between jewellery and the self, the formality of adornment, and the narrative of personal materials and objects in a post-colonial world.
Currently, she is communicating her concepts through 3D artworks, animations, and metals, where each jewel gives evidence of the creative synthesis of religious ideologies and themes with modern techniques. She creates new mythology and a form that enables us to communicate with and relate to a world remote from us.