Born and raised in a far away country of bright sun and large orchards, Darcray moved, alone and at the age of 19, to Canada to pursue her Arts education at Emily Carr University in Vancouver. As a resident of an unorthodox and often fragmented world, her artwork usually on the notion of existing between several worlds simultaneously, i.e. technologically, physically and mentally. As an Emily Carr graduate, her practice has evolved into a material and intuitive exploration that comes to fruition on a combination of yupo paper and various digital media.
Besides creating random worlds in her mind and bringing them to life visually, Darcray also enjoys undertaking graphic design projects which enable her to create visual narratives based on her clients’ needs. It is usually a cumulative and destructive process involving the complex creation, fragmentation and compositing of multiple layers to shed light to a simplified vision.