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ROLLOCK, Kerielle 

Artist Bio:

My work is about representing the black female body from an African diasporic perspective. My aim is to portray the contrast or struggle between women being objectified and displaying strength and sexuality. The concept of the black female figure in its totality is demonstrated in my work by presenting the female figure as the ultimate representation of strength, beauty, sexuality and blackness. Overall, my work strives to strip away the element of objectification, and illuminate the beauty and uniqueness of the black female figure; to negate the negative stereotypes. My art is usually depicted through the use of acrylic and oil paint, collage, mix-media, pastels. I was one of the artists involved in creating the mural at the Harrison Point isolation facility in 2021.

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Contact Number: 235-5392,


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