Fungai Marima’s work is often self-reflective, looking into themes of displacement, memory, identity, trauma and the female body. Marima uses methodologies within printmaking to assist in her production of artwork, in relation to thinking through making, the performance of process, object making and the archive. Experimenting with printmaking, performance, sculpture and sound, she physically uses the body to highlight and expose personal and collective narratives of the human experience that are often silenced or ignored within contemporary culture.
Marima graduated from Camberwell College of Art in 2020 with a MA in Fine Art Printmaking. She has exhibited at the Saatchi Gallery, New Art Exchange and will be presenting at the IMPACT12 Impact Printmaking Conference 2022. As well as being featured in many publications, her work is in private collections across the UK.