THE ART OF NOW:
OUTSIDERS

He experienced homelessness, homophobia, and despair so deep that he killed himself – twice – before being resuscitated. His ongoing recovery is intertwined with his stunning visual and textile work, which has been showcased at Tate Liverpool, Tate Modern and Gloucester Cathedral. But will David ever stop being an outsider artist? Does the ex-homeless label hinder him, or does it serve him? To listen to this on BBC radio 4 click here

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