Central Saint Martins
MRes Art: Theory And Philosophy
Cyrus is an absurdist writer and artist with relevant experience in the areas of copywriting, curating, broadcasting, graphic design and illustration. He is the author of Safran Mélancolique, earning awards and publishing work in Hong Kong, Taiwan, Australia and the United Kingdom. Trained in Philosophy and Art Theory at Central Saint Martins, he aspires to construct his absurdist philosophy and explore the possibility of metaphysical rebellion in the modern society through writing and art-making. Cyrus held his first solo exhibition at the age of 20 and has continued to participate in multiple group exhibitions around the world. His most recent performance was seen at the Tate Modern (Tate Exchange). He had been invited by TEDx to give a speech on the philosophy of solitude at the Royal Central School in 2019, titled ‘Solitude is the Future of Humanity’.
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