Born 1993, Bauchi, Lives and works in London, UK. He holds a Bsc in Psychology and a MA in Social and Behavioural Psycholgy from UCL.
Kudi’s practice considers the anthropomorphization of the natural world as a visceral lens for exploring the human condition. Kudi transforms familiar objects through a process of selection, and juxtaposition to challenge our perceptions of ourselves, others and the environment. His work arises from a deep connection to social psychology and its relationship with materials. Crafting metaphors for human existence and past experience, Kudi’s work questions the stasis of social dynamics and asks the viewer to examine their place within an ever-shifting ecosystem.
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