Azarra Amoy is a producer of public art installations in the form of murals. Her practice can be defined in three strands; artist, designer and creative strategist which overlaps, and allows Amoy to bring her design-led ideas, concepts and solutions to a range of scenario. This includes bringing art to local communities in public spaces, to helping brands enhance and cultivate stories and messages for their audiences. Her use of personal stories, local histories and the built environmental landscape informs the artwork design and her striking visual narrative draws references from culture, community, hope and power.
Azarra is a graduate from University of the Arts London and holds a foundation degree in Graphic Design and a Bachelor’s Degree in Magazine Publishing. She has received commissions from Adidas x Size and Big Creative Education, with work exhibited at the V&A as part of the gal-dem takeover and Black Blossoms ‘Highlighting Black Women’ exhibition.