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Ranny Cooper is a London-based artist working across painting and sculpture. Her work revolves around the abstraction of the human body, playing with themes such as gender, sexuality and empowerment, as well as women’s experience of pain, loss and liberation. She paints abstracted nude figures and make sculptures using condoms, resin and plaster.  


Colour and line are crucial in her practice. The imagery of her paintings derives from photography of bodies which she fractures and reconstructs to create an ambiguity of form, often likening the final scenes to landscapes; a metaphor and reading of my work which she encourages.

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