21st Faith

21stfaith

We are a collaborative research project, investigating and questioning faith as a human feeling. 

This publication presents 32 creative projects created for an exhibition in October 2017 at The Workshop, Lambeth. 

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Untitled,

by Kevin Uchiha.

The reality of Manga projection is non-voluntarily indulging hands and knees deep,

into a backlog of unjustified self-doubt, either through questioning of self or exterior

variables affecting the outlook of (A) fan; i.e Bullying. And as a result, their solitude

to the cause of the religious investment they go through is considered to be faith.

Momentum progresses, gestural operation of movement in focus of victory within

violence. A record of faux battle. Substituting a preference of 2D entertainment with

a-present human being. The confidence of Shónen genre is self-consistent. It doesn’t rely

on westernised defecation to provide a backbone of projected heroisms, Mangaka’s

have already perfected the craft.

21st Faith: Tell us about you and your

practice

Kevin: While studying fashion design I felt

I was led to the idea that its necessary

to combine fascination of Shonen

orientated characteristics in an curated

setting that suggested collaboration

in presentation amongst other peoples

work.

What drew you to take part in 21st Faith?

How is faith important to you and your

practice?

I’ve been asked to be a part of it, I had

an idea, I felt it was necessary in relation

to faith.

What role do you think faith will play in

the 21st century?

To get to the core of the problem.

Relying on the moment you require

adrenaline to inform your decision

to let faith do it for you.

Kevin: facebook.com/liluzikevin 51