Asad Hussain believes that a body of work acts as a living piece, an idea evolves by changing and progressing through research, which ultimately effects the direction of his practice. This development of early inspirations and processes, driving towards a solid technique and eventually a final resolution, is crucial to his discipline and assists him as an artist. In the fields of Design, Sculpture and Installation, his work often displays a range of skill and influence. So they place his position and role as an experimental thought, with much enthusiasm for the exploration and manipulation of a process. “I feel Trapped” presents a strong display, utilising light, space and human interaction. Driven by his persistent fascination with the human mode form and the multiple dimensions, this multi-faceted body of work has two clear narratives; the painted mix media body, and the expression of human form and emotion through medium and media experimentation. To Asad, both elements are crucial, to form a piece that questions human identity, while exploring the potential of what a material can offer us.