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Born in Cambridge, Wright graduated from a Fine Art and Printmaking degree at Wolverhampton University in 2002. She started working with textual representation with her final degree show, and has painstakingly created her unique artwork since, taking a week or more to create each one.
Wright intends to provoke thought and debate with her work, and some have been controversial: Their families have been told, an image of Tony Blair rendered in text comprising the names of fallen soldiers from the Iraq and Afghan wars, or Buildings don’t go anywhere, they shouldn’t be restless, an image of New York’s World Trade Center towers created from the names of the victims of the 9/11 attacks received considerable exposure in national media. Proceeds from these artworks went to Help the Heroes and the National September 11 Memorial Museum charities respectively.