When one thinks of sequins, one thinks of party nights and soirees of razzle dazzle. How can something that is an imitation of outer wealth become the reflection of the inner riches? The path is
in the laborious and painstaking process of placing the sequins one by one. This repetition, like a mantra, is a form of meditation. Our own reflection in the sequins; our mind following the
patterns, the colours, finds the way to oneself, the way to enlightenment.
Sequin Kay attended Camberwell college of Arts and Goldsmiths University where she completed a BA in Painting. From an influential trip to India she became inspired by Indian culture and their
connection to light and spirituality. Humans are naturally drawn to light and it has a connecting power in the ability to bring together the body and mind.
"So many things make my world go round, here are a few, finding something secret which no-one else knows about and revealing it to the world slowly. Being around close friends, dancing into
the night with energy. Making work which enlightens other people's vision to the incredible mother nature which surrounds us. We are not human beings on a spiritual journey, we are spiritual
beings on a human journey."