the black and white building shoreditch

Creative Debuts: What’s hanging?

My second exhibition and month long residency at Whitechapel Gallery's Creative Debuts at the Black & White building  starts tomorrow, 7th April until 2nd May 2016.

Below are some of the key pieces available to purchase during the event, every one of them handmade, one-off originals, never to be recreated.

Click on the images for a closer look

One Race, Human Race 

Hand made mono prints, hand painted in Indian ink, gold leaf & spray paint 1/50 £14.95 or £24.95 backed and framed

Queen Bithiah 

Moses's adopted mother. Moses was a slave child who Bithiah (royalty) found in the river and adopted against the law and against the Pharos knowledge. Moses freed the slaves from the pharos and rule. If more people questioned things that are not right true world would be a better place.

Collage with Gold leaf, spray paint, metal, mirrors, Egyptian pounds, paper, Acrylic & Indian ink

Apartheid 

Mixed media reproduction of a South African woman.

Ink & spray paint, Laced with gold leaf and backed on South African Rand available for purchase.

 Donald Chump

I've portrayed trump as a nazi clown. Laced with newspaper clippings relevant to his bigoted views & dollars , disney dollars.

Finished in Molotow Headquarters black spray paint, Indian ink & acrylic paint. 

£250  SOLD

Worlds Apart

A new multimillion pound residential and commercial development Saffron Square and the UK's  Immigration Office in Croydon.

Metres away yet worlds apart.  

Spaceman Boris

The space man helmet is an ironic look at at the mans aspiration. 

Boris Johnson you either love him or you hate him. And this is looking at the aspirations of the man who causes much debate. You can see this piece as a positive or a negative.

You could say he puts too much focus on leaving a legacy and spending too much of London's money on projects like airports, stadiums etc. Whilst ignoring the real problems and poverty in London.   It's harder than ever to buy a property for young people whatever schemes are out there, pay does not reflect the cost of living in London for most. 

Or you could see it that he is a pioneer trying to create a more multicultural London and Create new exciting projects in London.

I'll let you decide.

Ink, spray paint, acrylic on canvas collage. Using an old tube map, metal, plastic & mirrors. Once again you cannot tell the quality of the piece unless you see it in the flesh.