“I want the experience of my work to create a surreal moment similar to that of a daydream.”
Functioning at the intersection of art, science, and technology, Kid Bazzle explores the power of relational narratives and their effect on a larger understanding of ourselves and the world. Born in 1991, he attended the University of Technology, where he studied Computer Science and developed his interest in photography and film. In 2015, he was awarded the Bronze medal national visual arts prize by the Jamaica Cultural Development Commission ( JCDC ) and in 2017 the Gold medal. Kid Bazzle is best known for his engaging photographs made utilising the multiple exposure photographic technique, depicting scenes of man being wrapped in his environment, blurring the lines of separation, making his subjects become one.
These works are studies about the body, conceived not only as a material organic system, but also as an evolving organism with peculiar sensations, feelings and characteristics, in constant connection with other bodies and space. The human body is what connects us to the world; the first means by which helps us to perceive and know the surrounding reality; a strong communication system with its own language and ways of expression.
The pieces: Brother Nature III, Sister Nature I and Language XXVI.