Adelaide Damoah, British-Ghanaian (b. 1976, London).

Damoah’s current practice involves using her body as a “living paintbrush” to paint or print onto various surfaces. The artist works with photographs and text later in the creation of the work. Damoah was initially inspired by a desire to subvert Yves Klein’s “Anthropometries” series and engages in live performances of the first part of her creative process- body printing and writing.