Libita Sibungu & Nina Royle

Libita Sibungu (b.1987) was raised by a Namibian father and Cornish mother and her dual heritage deeply influences her artistic practice. Working across sound, performance and sculpture, the core of Libita’s work is the exploration of the body and landscape in relation to blackness, migration and colonialism. 

Nina Royle (b.1986) was born in Cornwall and her practice looks at how nature and human beings interact. Nina predominantly works with paint, and focuses on weaving together different modes of expression to explore our fleeting and fluid encounters with the world around us.

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