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Joshua Clarke

Joshua Clarke

"For much of the early part of my life, I sought to reject and erase my Welsh heritage. It was only later, when I learned to accept and celebrate my own origins, that I could see the impact this rejection had on my mental health and sense of identity"

Exploring the connection to heritage via nature. Joshua Clarke takes a symbol of Wales, the Daffodil, to highlight the many elements of identity. He also explores the concept of ‘Eternal Return’ by invoking images of death, decomposition, and rebirth; only as a familiar, inescapable natural form.

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