Fungai Benhura

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Camberwell College of Arts Benhura’s work is made up of multiple layers of different materials. Each layer is important as it represents a history that is being buried and rediscovered. Benhura pictures his work like the process of buildings being constructed and destroyed; revealing the various materials that have been used in the process of...

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Charlie Chesterman

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Central Saint Martins Chesterman approaches paintings as reliefs. He uses collage to explore the hierarchy of layering, theatricality and a delusion of perspective. He envisages the painting as a “main stage”; a lot of the work happens outside of the spotlight. Chesterman has always been captivated by the drama of visual art. He is preoccupied...

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Mils Bridgewater

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City & Guilds of London Art School Bridgewater examines ideas around death and seeks to open up a conversation about issues not often discussed in society. Her work is constructed from bones and glass because of their qualities, inherent properties and symbolism of loss and memory. For example, glass is strong yet fragile, smooth when...

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Ranulph Steiger

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Camberwell College of Arts Steiger is a London-based artist who grew up in Zimbabwe and moved to England at the age of seven. In his early life, Steiger experience homesickness. As a result, he makes paintings that act as a way to access and embody warmness, familiarity and closeness. In Greg, Walter, Bolipi, details are...

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