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Victoria Aquino is a London-born multidisciplinary artist with experience in traditional hand-drawn animation, painting, illustration, and handcrafted cut-out-paper design.
A London-born multidisciplinary artist with extensive experience in traditional hand-drawn animation, painting, illustration, and tailored cut-out-paper design. Compared to other practising Illustrators, my style can morph, adapt and fit to answer the brief whilst operating confidently enough to ensure that the outcome will still have my artistic flare and ultimately satisfy the client's requirements. After graduating from Camberwell College of the Arts, in Illustration with a Merit, I will be setting up a collaborative studio with other graduates from my class.
‘Democracy by Design’ In association with Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts of London, and the Houses of Parliament, I was given a brief to create an A1 screen printed piece which would, and has been hung up to show in public at the Houses of Parliament, it had to be a suitable image, which was not controversial but had to relate to the working class background. Hand printed roughs and ideas, and made the final piece which was exhibited in the entrance of the Houses of Parliament
As the Musetti Coffee award winning barista (August 2015) , I work fast and efficiently as a part timer working as a bartender in a busy restaurant. Working in a different condition compared to working in illlustration, I have learnt a great deal balancing two different jobs, whilst adding my own artistic flare and passion to making coffees and cocktails.
Working at Tate Britain as a student ambassador/young curator to help set and create an event which takes place once every month run by the Tate Collective London who organise free events and festivals for young people aged 15–25 to experiment, create and innovate through art and ideas. As a young curator, I had to attend meetings every week, take down minutes, brainstorm ideas which was suitable to the brief, but also stuck to the budget
Resulting from Animating Art History, I have now joined the Courtauld Youth Council, in which it helps assist with the youth department, public programmes, also running public events and some school workshops. I will be advising the Courtauld gallery’s on its youth engagement, getting this generations youth into art and coming up with new ideas for them to visit the gallery.
Working with Central Saint Martins and the Courtauld Gallery (Somerset House) – I was set a brief to create an animation, including a whole story to the animation, to showcase and to be inspired by one piece from a resident artwork in the Courtauld Gallery. The animation was then shown on the Courtauld’s online website.
2 year intensive course studying Illustration