Tyreis Holder


Tyreis Holder is an artist, poet and visual storyteller from south London with heritage reigning from Jamaica / St Vincent. 

She works in mediums pertaining to installation, textiles, performance, poetry, sculpture and sound. Her practice centres around explorations of self and identity, the relationship with the mind, particularly with regards to navigating colonial spaces. 

Her work poses textiles as poetic language, functioning as a healing device – specifically in relation to trauma experienced by Black women. Bringing lived experiences into her practice, she generates conversations around how social and intimate spaces are shaped through race, disability/diffability, community, class, sexuality and culture. 

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