Tramaine de Senna is contemporary artist who explores various ways of working in sculpture, painting, and drawing using materials such as ceramics, textile, paper and foam. Her forms are analytical and emotive - an exercise in social dissection that inhabits a haunting formalism, heightened by tactility, bouts of scale, and a visceral use of texture and color.

De Senna’s ever-evolving body of work bears witness to the artist’s intense relationship with materials, surfaces, and making, with interests in issues such as the “migration of forms,” pop and material culture, internalized violence, exuberance, and the enduring ambiguous presence - “ghosts” - of histories. Her work has been shown nationally and internationally, which includes an artwork for the Flemish Parliament's 25/50th year anniversary; a permanently installed bronze statue "Figure of Color," (an initiative of Kunst in de Stad - Middelheimmuseum) in Antwerp's Munthof Park, BE; and her solo exhibition, "MASTERBLASTER," for the IN SITU program at M HKA - Museum of Contemporary Art Antwerp (Museum van Hedendaagse Kunst Antwerpen), BE.