Kiboko

In All The Wrong Places
2012

Mixed Media on Canvas
76cm by 51cm
Price on request

Through extreme exploration of the boundaries of the human figure, Kiboko pushes the subjects in his work to communicate postures that are though informed by life drawing twisted and caricatured beyond the realities of the human form. Championing the use of elongation and exaggeration in his work, he strives to form an understanding of the relationship between posture, movement, stillness and communication of emotion.

In all the wrong places is a dissection of a crowd in the city, and how they inadvertently communicate with each other both physically and through gestures, others trying to disappear whilst others looking to stand out, hidden communications we all participate on almost a daily basis. Particular detail is paid to posture and the tight lines are used to accentuate each individuals character trait and their current disposition.