Olivia Mathurin-Esandoh is an illustrator and arts facilitator from east London. The key threads which can be found in her work are place, the mundane and overlooked narratives.
Her visual language comprises of a myriad of esoteric layers informed by a propensity for human-centred research methodologies. As a practitioner her aims are to provide her audience with 'the shock of the familiar' and to trigger greater intergenerational discussion.
Mathurin-Esandoh has a strong interest in participatory design, relational aesthetics and documenting social history as it unfolds.