Episode 2 - Ronan Mckenzie with Joy Yamusangie
In this episode, HOME's founder Ronan Mckenzie, sits down with artist Joy Yamusangie to hear the five encounters that have left an impression on them and their practice to date.
Joy Yamusangie is a visual artist, specialising in illustration. Joy experiments with a range of traditional processes such as drawing, film, painting and collaging to produce mixed media pieces. Their previous work have included a public art installation commissioned by Tate Collectives, designing the cover of C. L. R. James' Minty Alley and being selected for the RA Summer show in 2021.
Yamusangie's paintings are currently being exhibited at Carl Freedman Gallery, Margate as part of group show To Be Held, curated by Ronan Mckenzie (29th April - 25th June).
This episode is supported by Gucci.
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