Iefa Shamsir is a trained printmaker from LASALLE College of the Arts, who employs assorted print techniques in works stemming from instinctual human experiences. Iefa explores common visceral responses and works to translate these occurrences through engaging visual stimulus in graphic visuals and conceptual installations.
Producing works from print-centric tendencies, she merges colours, patterns, text and contrast to stretch core elements of these innate themes. Iefa has exhibited in Esplanade, Singapore Tyler Print Institute, TAKSU Gallery and AIMPE in Japan and has curated exhibitions at Alliance Francaise Singapore and National Youth Council.
Iefa heads the creative direction of SuperSegak as a vibe, an aesthetic; a practice that comes from an instinctive need for experience. Initially sharing print experiences like screenprinting, marbling and rubber stamping at art markets from 2012, SuperSegak have since expanded this spirit of sharing to live events, workshops and elaborate modular programmes for schools.