Bloodcube is a major public artwork by the artist Marc Quinn.
It is not-for-profit and made with refugees and non-refugees. Bloodcube is made to help refugees: it is created to raise awareness of the global refugee crisis and raise millions of dollars for refugees around the world.
Bloodcube is a collaborative sculpture made by Marc Quinn and more than 5,000 people - half of whom are refugees, and the other half non-refugees. It is a sculpture of equality and solidarity. Bloodcube will be a monument to our common humanity, emphasizing how there is more that unites us than divides us.
Bloodcube is a multi-layered project. It is a major public artwork, consisting of the sculpture itself and a platform for human connection including a video art installation.
More info and videos on bloodcube.org
International Rescue Commitee, Human Love, 2019
Fatuma Musa Afra
An advert exercise for Paperchase made at the NFTS as part of the Kodak Commercial Competition 2017.
Director: Ian Robertson
Festivals and awards:
- The British Arrows: ***Student Commercial Gold Craft Arrows***
- Kodak/Nahemi Student Commercials Competition: ***Best in brief*** ***2nd Overall***