Kora Moya-Rojo’s art is driven by her interests in perception, reflection and movement. For her, art is a language to express yourself without words – a way to encompass ideas and emotions, while transcending the rigid boundaries imposed by language.
At this moment, her work focuses on exploring the darker side of the things that surround us, dealing with issues such as selfishness, loneliness and today’s society.
Her style is best described as free-flowing and unstrained, relying on her immediate senses and spontaneous creativity. She works with a variety of mediums, including painting, art installations, drawing and photography.
Kora was born in the small Spanish city of Cartagena, the daughter of a musician and an artist. Shortly after finishing her Fine Arts degree, she moved to London, where she currently resides. Despite being a relative newcomer to the world of art, she already has a diverse collection of work behind her and has exhibited works in various locations around Spain and the UK.