Deborah Tchoudjinoff is a Lecturer on BA (Hons) Graphic and Media Design at London College of Communication.
Deborah is a London based artist intrigued by human-landscape entanglements and how the term Anthropocene brings about new forms of social, cultural, and spiritual practice.
She uses multimedia and sculpture to create installations that explore different narratives of our relationship to notions of wilderness.
Her work has been shown as part of Five Heads (Tavan Tolgoi): Art, Anthropology and Mongol Futurism at Greengrassi gallery (2018), Victoria & Albert Museum (2019), Space Studios (2017).
She has also participated as member of Multimedia Anthropology Lab at the Tate Exchange programme (2019) addressing concerns of power in virtual and physical spaces.
She was part of an artist-in-residence programme on a collaborative project based out of Arcade East (2018), culminating in an exhibition called Plumial Space (selected as Finalists for the YouFab Creative Awards 2020).
Deborah studied at the Royal College of Art (Design Interactions) and University of the Arts Philadelphia.
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