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RACE:  A SOCIAL CONSTRUCT WITHOUT A BIOLOGICAL FOUNDATION

Developing from her research into the histories of the roles of buffoons in 17th century Spain’s Royal court, where carnivalesque figures where used to legitimise and maintain racist cultural beliefs and behaviours, she continues to analyse the rhetoric and performance of comedians in the British black comedy circuit. Working to capture through full body portraiture, pulling on the tradition of jester portraiture, the personas imitated by comedians, distilling their contribution to the dialogue on race in the UK.

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