Mojgan Habibi is an Iranian Australian Artist, she has completed her Master of Fine Art at RMIT in 2012 and is currently undertaking PhD research at the University of Newcastle.
Her art practice is based on ceramic and sculpture with a strong focus on skill and experience.
Her sculpture is a journey, a journey of everyday life to the sensation and thought, towards beauty and above all to the dialogue among civilizations, cultures and different ideas and different from each other.
Her works explores notions of movement and change. She aims to express aspects of human spirituality through ceramic sculptures.
She has participated in several sculpture and ceramic exhibitions in Iran and Australia. She has been the winner of “Chapel on Station” competition. She has got a “MDA Award” for Outstanding Practitioner in Ceramics from Box Hill TAFE, Melbourne and “Commended sculpture for Newcastle emerging artist prize” from Newcastle Art Space, Newcastle
She has been a finalist in “The Blake, Online Directors Cut Exhibition”, Clune’s ceramic award (VIC), Sculpture in the Vineyard (NSW), Toyota (VIC), Chapel on Station (VIC) and University of Newcastle gallery student Acquisitive prize (NSW),…