Using a mixed-media interdisciplinary approach, Djuneid Dulloo ́s work focuses on the link between creolized forms, entangled aesthetics, and the representation of hybrid realities.

A Mauritian-born artist, who left the Mascarene island as a teenager to attend High School in Kenya, Djun studied fine art in college in Boston. Based in Berlin since almost a decade, his distinct work today qualifies him as a powerful transnational artist who brings together Creole, African, and Western imaginaries and cosmologies. 

Djun´s practice include analogue approaches such as text,  drawing, painting, collage and assemblage, as well as digital methods including photography, video and film.

As a creative director he has worked with companies and institutions  like Ductor,, the British Council, East Wing Doha and Berlin Cosmopolitan School where he also taught art and media.


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