Anna Masters is a British artist who graduated from the Fine Art Department of Staffordshire University and the University of London.
In her poetic compositions, the artist uses a range of organic materials (petals or butterflies) which she combines with timepieces, optical lenses, banknotes and costume jewellery.
They allude to personal histories and are often charged with symbolic cultural representations.
By suspending them on transparent nylon, Anna Masters creates the illusion that the objects are floating in mid-air, defying gravity.
Her works allude to the temporality of the moment, the fragility of memory and the impermanence of the values and meanings we attribute to the world around us.