Oliver Bragg’s multimedia practice encompasses an array of forms, design, sculpture, as well as, lecture and performance. He maps an askew view of the world that teeters between the banal and fantastic, reality and fiction and the natural and manmade. Ideas often sit between the everyday and fantastical alternative universes that have their own aesthetic or abstract logic. He enjoys playful ideation and is looking for a glimpse of magic or something that may work if things were slightly rearranged or rethought. Bragg has exhibited throughout the UK and internationally. He was awarded the ARTE/Cutlog prize, France in 2012 for the originality and pertinence of work, evolution potential and the coherence of creation. He did his Bachelor degree in Fine Art (Hons) at Wimbledon College of Art.
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