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As a child, Nuraziza Ismail Khan, born in 1990 (Singapore), have always been a reader of books by Enid Blyton and a fan of illustrations by Archie Comics. Discovering art in the recent years, she grew a fascination in the works of artists, Tracy Emin, Wangechi Mutu, Nancy Spero and photographers, Larry Clark, Nan Goldin and Nina Malyna, for their authenticity in making viewers understand the depth of how personal their works all are.
She has exhibited at LASALLE College of the Arts, representing the Design Communication Level One team in an exhibition of rebel skate graphics, in the aim to powerfully persuade viewers to reconsider their attitudes toward a range of contemporary issues.
Known as Norah Khan, she has always been intrigued by the ideas of displacement, angst and unresolved issues. Trapped in between complex ideas and questioning cynicism; the formulation of controversy is of subject as a designer and an artist. Struggling between both titles, it does not intervene with the obsession of trying to understand social issues and the need to make others understand the engagement of these ideas through photography.
Graduating with a Diploma in Design Communication (Graphic Design), Khan has found her niche in photography and is currently pursuing her Bachelor of Honors in Fine Arts at LASALLE College of the Arts, Singapore.