Keziah Philipps is an animator printmaker who works both with the traditional medium of printmaking, and the relatively modern medium of animation, often combining the two. Much of her work explores people’s relation to place and their movement within it, utilising various cartographical elements.
Keziah won the Assembly House art prize and has been based in Norwich for the last 5 months working on a response to her home county of Norfolk. Most of the work in the display is from this recent project.
She Graduated Kingston University in 2017 with a first class honours in Illustration Animation, with a commendation for expanded animation practise: Printmaking. She won a travel bursary to study printmaking intensively in Grand Valley State University, MI, USA for a year. She was a runner up for the Royal Society of Painter Printmakers graduate prize 2017. Having just completed a Norfolk based commission, culminating in a solo exhibition, she is now starting an internship at Edinburgh Printmakers.