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Tamsin Relly’s multi-disciplinary practice includes painting, printmaking and photography. Her work explores environmental disruption, the construction and depletion of wilderness, and both natural and urban spaces in a state of uncertainty. Born in South Africa, Relly’s research has taken her to diverse locations including the Arctic Circle, The Eden Project in Cornwall and Las Vegas; she currently has a large-scale photographic work on display as part of the ‘Polar Worlds’ exhibition at the National Maritime Museum, London.
Relly completed her Masters in Fine Art at City & Guilds of London Art School in 2011. She lives and works in South East London.