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Kristina Veasey

Kristina Veasey is a visual artist who likes to flip negatives into positives, and find beauty in the mundane.

She is drawn to the things most people pass by and is interested in the detail. Some of her work is influenced by the barriers she faces as a disabled person, some is not.


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A woman with blue hair, a tie and short sleeved blouse sits in front of a vividly painted panel. She looks towards the camera and smiles. In front of her is white tape with the word Fragile Handle With Care written across it in in bold red text.

Image: 'A Complete Basketcase' by Kristina Veasey

Kristina was one of 31 d/Deaf, Disabled and Neurodivergent artists to take part in the DASH award winning project: We Are Invisible We Are Visible (WAIWAV).

The artists staged Dada inspired interventions in 30 museums and galleries across Britain and Northern Ireland on 2 July 2022 only​​​​​​​, marking the 102nd anniversary of the 1st Dada International Exhibition in Berlin.

Kristina's intervention; 'A Complete Basketcase' took place at Focal Point Gallery, Southend​​​​​​​. Find out more.

Visit the Project website

Visit the DASH Project page