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Perfumed Personas

This October sees me take up an artists’ residence in orchard Square – a retail unit in Sheffield. The residency will be open to the public, and as such it provides a means to develop my body of work and add […]

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‘I’ Statements

I have started to compile a list of ‘I’ statements that describe who I am. I thought that if traditional self-portraits were too limited in scope to say something meaningful about who I am; beyond what I look like, then […]

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Ruminations on Identity

My current work seems to be about the insufficiency of self-portraiture to capture someone’s true likeness. The images of myself are only partial. From briefly glancing at them, I wonder what assumptions or judgements someone might make about me? Linked to this question […]

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Selfieteria

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  • Venue:
    The Muse at 269 Gallery | Studio
  • From:
    May 18, 2017
  • To:
    May 28, 2017
  • Location:
    London
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Fine Art Third Year

I am a third year student studying Fine Art at the University of Suffolk. I am beginning a blog to document my work through my final year and to help to critique my study.

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Early Days

AUDIOBLOG – Please click here Early days… Today is 15th August. I’ve had two weeks in my new space and I’m still fannying about. I’m still thinking that it would be better if the bookcase was six inches to the […]

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Peer Mentoring Group (Meeting No. 6)

Having missed the last meeting back in May, it was great to meet with the rest of the group and to have the opportunity to share new work. Meeting with a group of such proactive artists always leaves me encouraged […]

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Mona Hatoum: Exhibition and Artist Talk at Tate Modern

Mona Hatoum’s exhibition and artist talk at Tate Modern showcased a broad range of her practice and relationship with performance, sculpture and installation; how she addresses key themes and her choice of materials. What she focused on was how work […]

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Steatopygia & Callipygian

Painting ‘Can I touch your hair?’ (unfinished), mixed media’ on canvas, 2016 Loleithaart.co.uk  #wip #steatopygia #physiognomy #calligygia #degreeshow #loleithaart I have always been asked this question  ‘can I touch your hair?’ for as long as I can remember, and I […]

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Single Black female

‘Single Black Female’ 2015. Tissue paper découpage 71.5 X 25 cm (due to technical faults this image only shows when you click on the space it should be in #annoying #confused why does this happen?) The lightness of the cast […]

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Perception series cont…

The ‘Perception series’ continues as I sketch on, basically focussing and exploring about the Afro hair type. The Afro hair is very versatile, the natural hair coil, in its original state would be half the length of it, if it […]

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Physiognomy

I continue to illustrate the physiognomy of the Black female figure. I am trying out digital drawing using a digital pen and Ipad or my tablet, as I previously did some on braided hair , the idea was to see […]

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Nia/Nya =purpose

Nya/Nia translated means purpose. Nia in the midst of her journey. This digital drawing captures the teenager looking ahead but being free to choose. #future, #identity, #faith Speaking life over the Nia/youth, have a purpose, have choices, don’t let perceptions […]

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Perception 1, Identity,

Perception Series: Perception is communicated as a result of Identity, attention and understanding, the interpretation of sensors, memory, and expectation.  #Loleithaart Perception 1 #Loleithaart #perceptionseries …identity and perception a continuation. So I continue with drawing heads with no faces. These […]

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Augusta Savage

  October/November 2015… To begin my dissertation, I researched Augusta to express her depiction of race and identity. image: ‘Realization, 1938’. Scale, Unknown, clay/plaster Empowerment. The Harlem Renaissance 1918-1937 promoted civil rights for the African-American cultural identity, it was a movement […]

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Perception Series by Loleithaart

I am a third-year undergraduate student currently studying at UCS. Perception Series:
While working on my dissertation, with the focus on Augusta Savage & Kara Walker’s artwork. I work with the same focus on Identity, perceptions, and the representation of these subjects.

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