Common tropes in his work include animal-headed human-bodied creatures, which make up his ongoing Psychological Portrait series.
Meanwhile Twoone’s still life, which he calls Metaphysical Landscape, will also be exhibited.
The Stolen Space Gallery show is made up of paintings and sculptural pieces, which are all permeated by a movement theme.
At the same time a second show by Melbourne-born, Berlin-based artist James Reka is taking place in the adjacent gallery at Stolen Space.
His work captures the female form in dance, albeit in a quite an abstract way.
The show, Trip The Light – a name taken from a John Milton poem – is about dancing without inhibition.
The Hunted Hunters Head and Trip the Light run from 12 September – 5 October at Stolenspace Gallery, 17 Osborn Street, London E1 6TD