We are delighted to present the remarkable solo show of Griffin Art Prize 2014 winner, Chudamani Clowes; the result of six months of investigation into new materials and ways of working. 

Clowes’s practice is energetic, eclectic and emotionally charged.  Through a wide range of media, encompassing ceramic, print, painting, performance and sculpture, she explores her own cultural and social history in relation to those around her.  A whirlwind of energy, Clowes is fundamentally interested in human stories, particularly those of displacement and cultural differences.  She asks big questions, but they are tackled in a sensitive manner, often infused with great humour and plenty of celebration. 

Clowes completed an MA in Printmaking at the Royal College of Art in 2014, after studying Fine Art (Painting) at Central Saint Martin’s College of Art & Design.

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