Odette Graskie is an artist living in Johannesburg, South Africa (b.1993). She is interested in the imaginative, interaction and line. Graskie’s work is influenced by the people around her, the everyday interactions that highlight human connection. Graskie graduated with a BA in Fine Arts from the University of Pretoria in 2015. She works with storytelling in a variety of mediums, including textile art, ceramics and works on paper. She recently had a solo show entitled The Sorrows at AVA Gallery in Cape Town. Recently, Graskie has exhibited her work as one of the featured artists at the Turbine Art Fair Installations Program. She has had solo shows entitled Human Noise at Millennium Gallery in Pretoria as well as Ambedo at the Centre or Contemporary Art in Poland, where she had a residency in 2017. Her work is to be exhibited in several group shows, including Unbearable at Trent Gallery in Pretoria, as well as in #ARTladies at Berman Contemporary.