Dodi King (b. 1999, Jacksonville, Florida, USA) is an artist and writer whose practice spans painting, assemblage and poetry. Their studies in astrology, scientific theory, botany and folklore establish the theoretical foundation for their practice. King constructs autobiographical narratives from traditional and personal mythologies utilizing twin iconography, allegory, and fairytale. Their compositions often consist of juxtaposed or mirrored figures and environments, alluding to multidimensionality and dualism. King’s work has been shown at Superposition Gallery (Los Angeles, CA), Kunstraum LLC (Brooklyn, NY), and Aronson Gallery, Parsons School of Design (New York, NY). Their poetry has been published in Helen Literary Magazine and the Santa Clara Review. King lives and works in Baltimore, Maryland, USA.
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