Published: 22 March 2017 at 11:14
Kelcy Davenport is a visual and performance artist currently pursuing a PhD in Fine Art, at Cambridge School of Art.
Kelcy's practice explores what it means to ‘struggle against war’ (Alliez and Negri, 2002) as an artist (and non-artist), set against the contemporary backdrop of a global politics of war.
Taking an archaeological approach, with selected artefacts providing a departure point for explorations of alternative histories, the research is staged across six zones: museum without walls, the regime of images and the digitisation of war reportage, distance and implication, re-embodiment, landscapes and boundaries, and heteronomy and autonomy.
Her recent performances/exhibitions/symposia include: