Recent Slade graduate Charles Richardson has hit the ground running. This year, in addition to his inclusion in Bloomberg New Contemporaries, he won the coveted New Sensations prize. Richardson’s work is an intricate mix of mediums and ideas and has recently culminated in a project that sees his own likeness digitally rendered in 3D. The eerie result resembles a hollow, rotating death mask, melded with the detritus of everyday life. We spoke to Richardson about his artistic processes, the concepts behind his work, and how he hopes to continue experimenting.