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.
Exploring resilience and solidarity in the landscape, heritage, and people of the Forest of Dean.
Commissioned by Quiet Down There, Kristina was one of six artists who have immersed themselves in the world of laundry and the laundrette. The project started from a fascination of the laundrette as a social and creative space and was launched at a time when laundrettes were some of the only high street services …
Watch Kristina talk about her work, the ident and what ITV means to her.