Rachel McRae

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Rachel McRae, Stones of Indifference Stones of “Meh” PiltdownPossible_01 to PiltdownPossible_08 (ongoing series)/ urethane, marble dust, dust from old sculptures, foam, / each approx. 30x42x4 /2016-2017 SceneHepworth_03 to SceneHepworth_07 (ongoing series)/ urethane, foam, hair extensions, athletic cord & toggles, foam, / each approx. 180x85x20 /2015-2016 When I was 14 (werking thru, werking thru) / Live... Read more »

Rebecca Glover

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Sonic Objects – installation shot, Florence Trust, London, 2017 Rebecca Glover, Slabs Slab (let’s swap places) Fossilised sea floor, vibration speaker, sound, mp3 player, 2016 Awaiting Breath I, Installation, Wood, Fabric, String, Found Objects, Hand built pots, Text, Sound, 2016 Audio Hood, Hood, headphone speakers, fabric, mp3 player, 2015 While We Wait, Installation, projections, sound,... Read more »

William Mackrell

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Works present themselves as thoughts and gestures salvaged from the wreckage of saturated and distracted environments. Where the digital and minimal slickness of todays technologies run a muck with the use of the hand that try’s to claw back control over the beast of proliferated imagery, to end this multitude and multiple of imagery that… Read more »

Emily Whitebread

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Working across diverse media ranging from performance and video work to written publications, Whitebread investigates breaks down and reimagines utopian futures as proposed by architects, social policy makers, technologists and scientists. Her starting point is how visionary ideas are formalised and presented in dogmatic discourse that canonises particular historic moments. She renegotiates these reductive archives to… Read more »

Sarah Pager

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My work examines questions of perception and the apprehension of physical reality.  The existence of and my mistrust in the virtual world drives my interrogation of the material world we have to navigate by default.  If this new dimension is dematerialized and owns no shadow, then the material world by contrast has a deeper and… Read more »

Catriona Leahy

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I am drawn to a sense of, what I term, “Temporal Dissonance” at play within sites and spaces that, for example, were once active industrial sites but have now suffered a decline or redundancy; ‘Non-sites’, spaces of transient or temporary activity, that sit on the threshold of urban landscapes; or spaces that through proposed planning… Read more »

Sophia Freeman

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Toward the end of Claire Denis’s Beau Travail is a scene depicting legionaries stretching out after having undertaken military drills. Slowly, from a kneeling position, they simultaneously recline until their torsos are horizontal to the floor. Bent backwards from their knees, their stretched bodies, crooked looking legs, and flailed arms dissolve the rigidity of the… Read more »

Aisha Christison

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Being a painter in a world inundated with images particularly on the internet through memes, advertising, google and instagram one often struggles with originality and authenticity. In the post-internet era it is no surprise that visual ideas are in constant circulation for we all unconsciously absorb and process the same visual stimuli. I feel this… Read more »

Matthew Humphreys

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Memory Theatre, Mixed Media Insttallation (Various Dimensions) 2016 Performance for Photo Booth (Father & Son), Diptych C Type Prints (each 40 x 200 cm) 2016 Embrace, C Type Print on MDF (70 x 100 cm) 2015 Goodbye, Video & Script (Video 15m34s, 47 Pages A4) 2014 Living Room, Single Channel Video Loop (3m35s) 2013 The... Read more »