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JASPER KNIGHT

 become known through his brightly coloured abstractions of cars, docks and boats on found objects like signs or abandoned sheets of metal. Entwined with the colonial history of the city Knight lives and works in, his paintings speak to the ethos of industrialism that seeps into everyday life. Yet Knight is ready for

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