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Libita Clayton

Studio 19

Libita Clayton (b.1987) graduated with a BA (Hons) in Print and Digital Media from Wimbledon College of Art, 2009. 

She has worked between DIY spaces, art cultures and collectives, and has facilitated and participated in events with groups such as Speakeasy Southwest, Gal-Dem, DEBUNK, Howling Owl Records, and the Black British Classical Foundation. Thoughts on collaboration, intervention and the live, body much of Clayton's practice. 

She is the recent recipient of the Triangle Network Fellowship with the Bag Factory, Johannesburg, South Africa (2018).

Recent public situations include: Diaspora Pavilion; Sonic Soundings: Venice Trajectories; Map1: Waterways, all in Venice, Italy; History Lessons: Fluid Records, South London Gallery; New Year / New Noise 5, Brunswick Club, Bristol (2017-18).

Selected supporters, commissioners and funders: International Curators Forum; Arts Council England; University of the Arts London; Book Works; James Reckitt Library Trust; Something Human Curating; and INIVA.

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