Dijon Dajee grew up in London and gained his Master’s in the Philosophy of Aesthetics. His work is a blend of academic philosophy and art and his work has been exhibited at the Royal College of
Art, Central St. Martins and the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition. His work is unapologetically scholarly, focussing on a principle of sapiocratic dialogue between the viewer and the work. As part
of his process he uses The British Journal of Aesthetics a primary source material and many of the works are a response to what he reads there. The themes he addresses are both challenging and rewarding but are always intended to be visually accessible, allowing for a process of aletheia* (‘unconcealdness’) to occur for the viewer who wants to discover more.