Amartey Golding is a multimedia artist whose work addresses subjects of cultural identity and intolerance. During his childhood, Goldingís family moved house regularly, not only to various contrasting communities in London but also overseas to Ghana, West Africa. These experiences of continuous fluidity and movement have undoubtedly influenced Goldingís artwork. Golding will premier two new films alongside his 2016 film Chainmail which forms a loose portrait of his younger brother Solomon, the first black British male dancer of The Royal Ballet.
Produced in association with Young Masters and The Cynthia Corbett Gallery. Supported by Arts Council Funding.