Charlie Cunnington-Shone

My practice centres around identity and the body. Drawing on my own queer experiences, I aim to create solidarity and community for those who share these experiences and compassion and empathy from those who don’t. Everyone can recognise part of their own story in my work, and from that, a dialogue can begin.

Murky Waters ( concept 2020)

leave the dust to settle and everything becomes too clear. Embrace the discomfort of the unknown and experiment to find new ways of being

Divide (2019)

walk over the line or tiptoe around it?

817 pages (2018)

817 days is too long to wait for help. Each on its own is nothing, but enough can halt life entirely.

Binder (2017)

A great self-imposed but unavoidable pressure.