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.
Kora was born in the small Spanish city of Cartagena, the daughter of a musician and an artist. 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.
Her style is best described as free-flowing and unrestrained, relying on her immediate senses and spontaneous creativity. She works with a variety of mediums, including painting, drawing, installations and photography.
Her influences include: Yayoi Kusama, Olafur Eliasson, Bruce Riley, Derick Smith, Dan Lam, Henrik Aa. Uldalen, Jake Wood-Evans and others.