Seeds of the Diaspora by Katie Grubb
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Clay & Coconut Fibres.

A figurative representation of seeds & seed pods… Many of us are carried away from our homelands like seeds from a tree….. a comment on shifting cultures, displacement & ‘unbelonging’.

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clay, pods, seeds, displacement, coconut fibre

My work is inextricably linked to my African homeland. I pursue issues of dislocation, diaspora & journeys. Maps and aerial views feature predominately in my recent work. Drawing is my passion. I love to paint too, but struggle with it’s complexities – Colour is an important part of my work but every now and then I yearn for the honesty of the plain, drawn line.

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  • Thombeau
    Thombeauabout 4 years ago

    This works on the levels you mentioned, but also as simply as an abstract. Love it!

  • yes, it’s my favourite abstract right now Thombeau… thank you for your comments!

    – Katie Grubb

  • evon ski
    evon skiabout 4 years ago

    Image pulls me in. Love what you wrote. I’m such a seedpod head.:)

  • ha ha! me too yvonca! Thank you for your comments x

    – Katie Grubb

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