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Becki Hiscocks

Becki recently graduated from the University of the Arts, London with a MA in Illustration. Previously, she spent four years as an assistant to Damien Hirst, where she worked on projects and pieces for exhibitions, in particular those involving butterflies and other insects. Becki has been lecturing in drawing and illustration since the year 2000.

Her personal work is based on the bizarre and macabre history of London. As a fan of Peter Ackroyd and with a keen enthusiasm for psychogeography, she undertakes timed walks across the city. Documenting her route and buildings of architectural interest, she researches the past of the streets and landmarks she walks by, using their narrative to inform her imagery.


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