(b. 1991, Malaysia)
Kara Inez is a Malaysian artist based in Singapore who draws from her personal experiences to explore issues surrounding the female body and mental health through the mediums of performance art and sculpture. Utilizing abject materials such as hair and skin, her works invoke the feeling of disgust as a means to challenge the social constructs set in place surrounding these suppressed topics.
Since graduating with a BA (Hons) in Fine Arts from LASALLE College of the Arts, she has been awarded The Winston Oh Travel Award 2019, where she ventured to South India to carry out research on the hair trade.