Rayvenn D'Clark is a London-based sculptor who specialises in life casting, body casting and prosthetics. She is concerned with issues of African diaspora, gender and the politics of visibility.
A lenticular print of her iconic I Don't Dee in Colour sculpture, this image mixes the two worlds of sculpture and flat art. As the image transforms with the movement of the viewer, Rayvenn's work is able to open up multiple viewpoints that explore a neo-cubist idea of multifaceted surfaces within a flat plan.
Her practice explores the digital hybridity of sculpture following the affirmation of media, exploring the nuances of identity that pivot between hyper-visibility and invisibility, offering (re-)imagined collective perspective.
BA Fine Art, Chelsea College of Arts, 2017.
MA Fine Art, Chelsea College of Arts, 2018.
PGCert Academic Practice in Art, Design and Communication, UAL, 2021.
Recent Exhibitions: When Shit Hits the Fan, Guts Gallery, London, 2020. Our Naked Truths, Artist Offering, London, 2020. The Grief Thing, Fevered Sleep, London, 2020.