Collection: Kidd Murray

Kidd Murray (b.1994) explores themes of consumerism and materialism, and depicts a natural environment which has been ruled by both, rendering it obsolete. These imagined places are adorned with diamantés, vibrant colours and manicured landscapes, a nod to materialism and impractical, harmful beauty standards.

An inhabitant of this world, the glowing green worm, is used to represent a toxic consumer, confined by societal pressures and expectations. It can be seen feeding off of vivacious fruit and plants, or struggling to find its purpose in a superficial, dysfunctional world that has only one agenda - beauty.