Q0DE Art Space is delighted to present “Chaotic Harmony” by Jordanian artist Zaina El-Said, running from 1 December 2021 until 30 January 2022.
The concept of chaotic harmony inspires this collection of 6 limited edition prints. The eclectic nature of life is not seen clearly in a so-called organized structure. What we call harmony is chaotic in reality. Like a forest, nothing is organized, yet everything falls perfectly in its place. Thus, this inspiration.
Zaina El Said | Background and Upbringing
Zaina El-Said was born in 1978 in Jordan. She completed her higher education in 2001 from the American Intercontinental University in London. Being brought up in a family of artists, she seemed destined to eventually follow the household footprints. She began painting, mainly drawn to geometry and calligraphy. Still, it wasn’t until 2014 when she took a significant turn and delved into the world of collage art.
Artist with her son
Zaina El Said Collage worlds
Zaina’s collage art focuses on assembling worlds into one, usually led by a protagonist, mixing world cultures, architecture, motifs, archaeology, arts, and nature into a single portrait to convey that human innovation complements one another harmoniously with nature. Collage art is her way of assembling worlds from existing places and people.