EGOSUMART

ARTIST-IN-RESIDENCE AT LIVING UNDER ONE SUN, TOTTENHAM, LONDON, UK

EgoSumArt: vision | Belief | freedom

VISION | FREEDOM | BELIEF

EGOSUMART

EGOSUMART is a British artist and activist from London, and artist-in-residence at the Living Under One Sun Charity and Community Project in Tottenham, London. EGOSUMART works with various art forms and materials, focusing and recording their engagement with society and their explorations in natural landscapes and coastal environments; highlighting the threat that humanity poses to Planet Earth in the Anthropocene Epoch, through metaphor and symbolism. In June 2021, EGOSUMART created the Anthropocene Project, in order to raise awareness of the detrimental effect that human activity has on Planet Earth.

EGOSUMART believes that all people, no matter what class, gender or heritage, should have the FREEDOM to access art, create and express themselves: free from criticism. Each human’s unique VISION and BELIEF should be considered and appreciated. Art is a method to bring people together, to establish community: banishing hate from our world.

work with the community and charities

EGOSUMART believes that art can be used as a vehicle to unite local communities and support charities, that carry out vital medical research and support those affected by illness.

UK and Irish Meningitis research foundation

Since 2017, EGOSUMART has supported the UK and Irish Meningitis Research Foundation: donating artwork to the Monkstown Art Auction, Ireland held in memory of Rebecca Little by the Irish Meningitis Research Foundation and donating 10% of each artwork sale to the UK Meningitis Research Foundation.

living under one sun (LUOS) charity and community project

In March 2020, EGOSUMART was named artist-in-residence at the LUOS Charity in Tottenham, London. EgoSumArt provides inclusive and fun workshops for those in the local community, teaching young people new creative skills and techniques from both Eastern and Western cultures.

WORK WITH ARTISTS AND CREATORS

EGOSUMART supports London artist, Patch And Mix Crafts who creates unique, handmade, African-inspired fashion items with a wide range of fabrics and provides sewing classes for beginners and intermediates.