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    Edifice, Epoch, Aether

    , Tarzan Kingofthejungle, 2021, three-channel HD video installation, 1:00 (loop)

    ©the artist

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    Crash 3
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    Crash 3

    , Tarzan Kingofthejungle, 2021, pastel, watercolour and pencil on paper, 30 x 19 cm

    ©the artist

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    777
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    777

    , Tarzan Kingofthejungle, 2021, laser-cut mirror (triptych), 30 x 42 cm (each)

    ©the artist

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    Vertebra
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    Vertebra

    , Tarzan Kingofthejungle, 2020, plaster, 38 x 74 x 110 cm

    ©the artist

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    Dog (still)
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    Dog (still)

    , Tarzan Kingofthejungle, 2020, HD video, 1:08 (loop)

    ©the artist

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    Fall of Man

    , Tarzan Kingofthejungle, 2018, HD video, 1:00 (loop)

    ©the artist

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    Ambergris
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    Ambergris

    , Tarzan Kingofthejungle, 2021, unknown material, 42 x 10 x 20 cm

    ©the artist

  8. Tarzan KingofthejungleBA/BFA

    Price List

    1
    Edifice, Epoch, Aether
    2021
    Three-channel HD video installation, 1:00 (loop)
    £500 (edition of 3)

     

    2
    Crash 3
    2021
    Pastel, watercolour and pencil on paper, 30 x 19 cm
    £200

     

    3
    Fall of Man
    2018
    HD video, 1:00 (loop)
    £200 (edition of 3)

     

    4
    777
    2021
    Laser-cut mirror (triptych), 30 x 42 cm (each)
    £200 (edition of 3)

     


    5
    Vertebra
    2020
    Plaster, 38 x 74 x 110 cm
    £200

     

    6
    Dog
    2020
    HD video, 1:08 (loop)
    £200 (edition of 3)

     

    7
    Fruitless Descent
    2021
    HD video, 21:58
    £200 (edition of 3)

     

    8
    Ambergris
    2021
    Unknown material, 42 x 10 x 20 cm
    £100,000

     

Tarzan Kingofthejungle – BA/BFA

By creating ambiguous narratives, loosely based on personal experience, and observed synchronicities, I try to explore the nature of being, the real and the relationship between fiction and our phaneron. Drawn to the unknown and the uncanny, I rely heavily on instinct and coincidence during the decision-making process that may seem arbitrary, but to me is beautifully systematic. Film, sculpture, drawing and performance are all mediums I use to question myself and things I come into contact with. By seeking sincerity in the absurd, and allowing it to permeate the mundane, my work can often be read as both whimsical and tragically heartfelt.