Kelise Franclemont's work responds to research and personal experience around key areas of interest that centres around duality: Other/Self, conscious/subconscious, me/you, us/them and relationships between the two. Current reflection focuses on art and conflict, particularly around the historical, social and political concerns that arise from the relationship between Palestine and Israel.
In a recent project, "Taxi Driver Dialogue" (2012-13), the artist has created an unlikely conversation between two taxi drivers by combining their voices, recorded surreptitiously during the journeys between Tel Aviv and Jerusalem and back again.
More generally, drawing is the primary instrument in Kelise's multi-disciplinary practice, along with other means of expression such as animation, installation and object-making.
Kelise lives and works in London.
You can read more about Kelise's work on: http://www.kelisefranclemont.com/
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