Romily Alice Walden is a neon artist who uses her work to explore the female body, the perception of sexuality and our relationship with digital culture.
Her skill lies in creating large neon sculptures that not only fascinate the spectators, but also encourage them to reflect on the concept of gender and body positivity.
Her installations often combine neon with concrete elements and plants to create a connection between the natural, living and digital world.
Everything she creates is born with the aim of being easily usable, captivating for the general public that helps her, unconsciously, to bring the concepts for which she struggles to a large public.
In fact, from colours to shapes, each element aims to be shared and reshared in order to maximize its communication possibilities.