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Interior Wall Art installation, commissioned for commercial premises at 10 - 12 Eastcheap, London, EC3M 1DE

Winner of the Camberwell, Chelsea, Wimbledon College's of Art Graduate Sponsored Project 2016

 

This art work appropriates the life affirming ‘yes saying’ philosophy of Friedrich Nietzsche through an exploration of James Joyce’s novel ULYSSES. It explores ‘virtue ethics’ as an underlying character style or mentality that informs the way you act in the world; as well as looking at how ethics and aesthetics can be combined to affect the way people feel, think and act in the world.

 

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