Christopher Kendall mostly works with photomontage, transfer-printing, painting and photography. However, he does not limit himself to these mediums; previous projects have included a three-dimensional kinetic marble-run sculpture as well as a three-metre-long whale/submarine constructed from upcycled materials.
By utilising the familiar media platforms of our day-to-day lives, the artist composes recontextualised appropriated material that aims to subvert the machines of predatory corporatism.
Much of his work is influenced by the essay The Society of the Spectacle (1967) by Guy Debord, a polemical and prescient indictment of our image-saturated consumer culture.
What have you enjoyed most whilst studying at PCA?
Studying at PCA has given me the opportunity to explore the many disciplines of fine art.
What are your future aspirations?
After graduating I intend to pursue a career as a professional artist - I’m currently applying for artist’ residencies in the UK and abroad.