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I proudly describe my work as Identity Art, the focus being the intersection of masculinity, sexuality and placement. I consider the constraints imposed upon black and brown men, but also recognise and celebrate our potential, achievement and worth.
Most of my references are drawn from memory and personal experience, but also from the systems and attitudes (both historic and present day) that play into the reductive process of othering.
The bulk of my artwork takes the form of digital collage and is created using original photography, archival and found images, typography, wallpaper, and textiles.
TM Lighting Gallery, London
Atelier Beside The Sea, Brighton
Wells Cathedral, Wells
Gallery at The Station, Frome
Euroairport Basel-Mulhouse, Basel
London College of Communication, London
Copeland Gallery, London
Upstairs At The Ritzy, London
The Mall Galleries, London
Power And Glory
The Brady Arts Centre, London
Copeland Gallery, London.
Burgh House, London.
A series of eco-mindful workshops promoting the use of the anthotyp photogram technique on old clothing. Collaboration with fellow UAL student Nathan Wright.
Mental health based University project in collaboration with students Stela Csizmazia and Liv Dawes.
Conversation with artists Ope Lori and Othello De’Souza-Hartley. Hosted by students George Dyer and Mars Obonyo.
George Dyer joins Kairo Kay to discuss all things post-production, university and tips for up and coming photographers.
Get together and shoot! A cost, resource and knowledge sharing initiative designed to give access to spaces usually too expensive to hire alone.
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