Lydia Goldblatt

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Lydia Goldblatt considers themes of origins, transience and emotional experience through a lyrical harnessing of photography’s primary characteristics of light, time and surface. Her quietly powerful and beautifully crafted prints creatively fuse the approaches of both documentary and constructed photography. Tenderly observed portraits and details of the human form are combined with enigmatic still lifes… Read more »

Sarah Bernhardt

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Sarah Bernhardt makes culturally and philosophically expansive work that is aesthetically subtle and often purely gestural. Employing loaded materials that come with their own cultural and historical importance, she works with film, installation and sculpture to trace around these histories while critically evaluating their foundation. Particularly interested in microhistory and institutional critique, each work seems… Read more »

Rosanna Dean

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History Being the Only Unexplored Terrain, Oil on birch ply, lead, steal, aluminium, fm radio transmitter, audio composition,120x240x60 cm, 2016 As No One On Earth Could Bleach, Oil on canvas, 92x121cm, 2016 Birthed, Oil on canvas, 183x107cm, 2016 Dehiscence 7,8,9, Oil on canvas, 76x76cm (x3) 2016 Another Immaculate Conception, Acrylic on paper, 24×25.5cm, 2016 The... Read more »

Tom Smith

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Dear Mom, C-Type, 10x15cm, 2017 Here’s the place, 35mm slides from found and stacked 3D Warehouse rock models, 2012 – ongoing The Loss of Loss, Performed at Warp Records as part of Mira Calix portal launch, 15mins, 2017 Milo Baughman style TV stand, chrome plated steel, plasma TV, extract from Wrath of Khan, 2012 Jumbotron,... Read more »

Cara Nahaul

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Cara Nahaul’s practice investigates the entangled roles of representation, subjectivity and memory. In a constant effort to define and negotiate who she is in relation to her cultural background and present location, she is interested in how does one begin to speak about who they are and where they are from without conforming to a… Read more »

Jonathan Munro

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Jonathan Munro is concerned with creating sculptural objects; intervening in spaces and crafting experiences, which question different notions of seeing and interactivity within art. Combining conceptual and socially engaged ideas as intently crafted physical objects. The significance imbued within these sculptural forms is equally related to their aesthetic appeal and craftsmanship as it is to… Read more »

Natalia Trivino Lozano

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Many things moved Natalia to understand the reality and study and practice of Law for eight years. However, she started developing a curiosity about the world and all that she had seen in her country creating strong thoughts and a sense of intuition, making her realise that her mind wanted to create rather than understand… Read more »

Tim Lee

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“Every civilisation that disavows its barbarian potential has already capitulated to barbarism.” Slavoj Žižek. Asked to describe Tim Lee’s ink paintings of sumptuous, knotted bouquets held in exquisitely decorated porcelain vases, one would likely call them still lives. Yet, this description might not be appropriate. Not at least if you consider still lives in the… Read more »

Phoebe Boswell

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I have always had a delicate understanding of the meaning of ‘home’. Born in Kenya to a Kikuyu mother and fourth generation British Kenyan father, and brought up as an expatriate in the Middle East before coming to London where I now live and work, my history – my identity – is rooted in transient… Read more »

Fabio Lattanzi Antinori

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My works mainly revolve around corporate systems and notions of power, control and spirituality, meant as the language of the interior, in our post modern society. The elements that influence my works tend to pertain to the performative process of branding in the market and to the role of data as a tool to provide… Read more »

Anna Jung Seo

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As a Korean artist in London, ‘dislocation’ has been my main interest. I explore the notion of distance in different spheres: psychological and emotional distance within people and geographical and physical distance between places and people. My recent series of works expand my interests into people’s daily life in the streets, trains and pubs, particularly… Read more »