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2017

Giclee print on hahnemühle fine art pearl 285gsm paper

Edition of 7

Dimensions: 29.7cm (H) x 21cm (W) / 11.7" (H) x 8.3" (W)

Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.

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A collection of prints made from natural forms and fruits transformed through a process of digital manipulation. The impulse deeply explores the haunting journey behind eating disorders and the long path to recovery. Healthy fruit full of life had become decayed and digitally reformed to make them ‘beautiful’ again. The digital transformation represents the impact social media can have on society and how these transformations can make us chase a distorted beauty that doesn't exist.

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Born: 1992

Hometown: Oxford

Based in: Oxford

Born in Oxford, England, Charmagne is a fine artist who explores the complex relationship between absence and presence and how difficult it is to separate the two.

After being a witness to her fathers death at 18 years old Charmagne began to use art as a way to express herself, creating a practice focused on loss, trauma and mental health. The artist also confronts the intense subject of eating disorders through mediums of photography, printmaking and found mediums.

By applying chemical experimentation and philosophical research the artist analyses and questions the idea of traces left absent from the human body, creating works formed from decay and grief. Often using her own body as the medium the artist explores bereavement by leaving traces and fragments through powders and chemicals on her skin. Through a process of photography and printmaking Charmagne confronts what life is like after trauma, by entwining domestic and found objects to her practice to create haunting yet beautiful works of decay, grief and loss. With a strong passion for poetry, philosophy and literature the artist creates a harmonious balance of grief and peace in the work, believing “what can be too painful to talk about, the artwork will speak for me”.

The artist wasn’t allowed to study art at A-level because her teacher said she would struggle to keep up and fine art “wasn’t really her thing”. Charmagne now has a Masters Degree in Fine Art


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