About the work
"endlessly" in a way that has or seems to have no end or limit
About the artist
Xenia Joost is an Estonian mixed media artist who creates large scale paintings that speak to themes of transition, ego and identity. Her use of bold, pop art-inspired colors and poster-esque graphic elements, as well as commonplace Instagram adages, coalesce in works that unravel the cultural coding women are so often burdened with by delving into modern ideas of female emancipation through the lens of transformation. By engaging with the female form in expressive compositions, Joost supplies an independent vision of femininity and self-ownership of the female body and mind.
Joost is a 37-year-old fashion designer with more than 16 years of experience in the field. She has a BA in Fine Art and Philosophy from University of Tartu and in Fashion/Apparel Design from Estonian Academy of Arts. She is currently pursuing her masters in Fashion/Apparel Design from Estonian Academy of Arts. Her art works were most recently shown in the pop-up home exhibition “Who did you kiss My Love?” in Tallinn, Estonia and “artworks in progress” in the Avana Gallery in Danang, Vietnam.