George Charman

George Charman is an artist and lecturer based in London. He studied MA Printmaking at the Royal College of Art (2006-08) and BA Sculpture at the Surrey Institute of Art and Design (2002-05).

As well as teaching into the DACC, GD and MFA programmes at West Dean College, George also teaches Fine Art and 3D Design at University for the Creative Arts (2010-19) and has been a visiting lecturer at Anglia Ruskin, London Metropolitan University, University of Nottingham and University of East London.

Charman's practice-led research focuses on embodied social knowledge, exploring connections between dialogic social experiences and physical sensation in modes of creative production/fabrication. His sculptural practice investigates questions of site-specificity, acts of interpretation, and collaborative making.

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