Jasmine Pradissitto

Sculptor

We can live 3 weeks without food, 3 days without water but only 3 minutes without air.Without drastic global, societal change in the next ten 10 years, the progress we have thus far enjoyed, will become quite useless if we can no longer sustain the most basic of our human needs. I believe that Art can help engender that change.From ‘holograms you can touch’ in new and discarded plastics, to sculptures in nitrogen dioxide (NOX) absorbing ceramic geopolymers, Jasmine Pradissitto brings together her background as physicist, artist and public speaker to create innovative work and partnerships that address diminishing air quality, pollution and its effect on us and our biodiverse planet. It is the most pressing of issues on an increasingly Anthropocene world slowly being reshaped by the things we consume and then disregard.Through her work, the artist seeks to find an ethical framework for our progress by remembering the things that are best about being human; empathy and compassion for each other, our planet home and the fragile biological web of life, of which we are only a small part.
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Dystopia , 2016

Discarded plastics, light, filters and perspex 30x30x40
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Dystopia , 2016

Discarded plastics, light, filters and perspex 30x30x40
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Dystopia , 2016

Discarded plastics, light, filters and perspex 30x30x40
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The Kiss , 2017

Discarded plastics light, filters and perspex
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Enlightement , 2020

NoxTek pollution absorbing geoploymer 15x10x30cm Photography credit: Public Art UK
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Famine , 2020

NoxTek pollution absorbing geoploymer 30x15x10 Photography credit: Public Art UK
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Calla Lillies , 2020

NoxTek pollution absorbing geoploymer, fabric and metal 30x20x15 Photography credit: Public Art UK
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Simple Harmonic Motion , 2019

NoxTek pollution absorbing geoploymer, fabric and metal 80x60x120
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Jasmine Pradissitto

Dystopia

2016

Discarded plastics, light, filters and perspex

30x30x40

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Jasmine Pradissitto

Dystopia

2016

Discarded plastics, light, filters and perspex

30x30x40

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Jasmine Pradissitto

Dystopia

2016

Discarded plastics, light, filters and perspex

30x30x40

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Jasmine Pradissitto

The Kiss

2017

Discarded plastics light, filters and perspex

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Jasmine Pradissitto

Enlightement

2020

NoxTek pollution absorbing geoploymer

15x10x30cm

Photography credit: Public Art UK

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Jasmine Pradissitto

Famine

2020

NoxTek pollution absorbing geoploymer

30x15x10

Photography credit: Public Art UK

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Jasmine Pradissitto

Calla Lillies

2020

NoxTek pollution absorbing geoploymer, fabric and metal

30x20x15

Photography credit: Public Art UK

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Jasmine Pradissitto

Simple Harmonic Motion

2019

NoxTek pollution absorbing geoploymer, fabric and metal

80x60x120

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During the Design Festival in Milan, our artist Jasmine Pradissitto brought her creations to activate Atelier Emé’s store.

The Mayor of London Fund commissioned our artist Jasmine Pradissitto a sculpture made from a geopolymer that absorbs pollution as part of the Euston Green Link walking route.

Our artists Jasmine Pradissitto, Adelaide Damoah and Konvalina are the new faces of the eco-friendly cleaning brand method. They created a new limited edition collection of products featuring bespoke works of art.

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