Francis Olvez-Wilshaw

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‘You left your mojo in your favourite suit’- MDF, polystyrene, water, lights, crystals, flock (240 x 260 x 240cm) ‘You left your mojo in your favourite suit (detail)- MDF, polystyrene, water, lights, crystals, flock (240 x 260 x 240cm) ‘Configuration 2’- MDF, polystyrene, plaster, paint (150 x 250 x 50cm) Installation photo of F. Marinetti,... Read more »

Ting Tong Chang

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Peng’s Journey to the Southern Darkness, installation view at Asia House London, 2016 Peng’s Journey to the Southern Darkness, installation view at Asia House London, 2016 North Indies—Pilot, installation view at Christine Park Gallery London, 2016 North Indies—Pilot, installation view at Christine Park Gallery London, 2016 Robinson, aluminum, latex, electronic components, 33 x 33 x... Read more »

Theodoros Stamatogiannis

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Stamatogiannis’ practice is questioning the boundaries of sculpture and architecture with a further aim to explore space, either physically, psychologically or socially. He deals with architectural components like floors, doors or windows, creating work that reapproaches the relationships between those elements, perturbing their function, their given role in the composition of space and consequently our… Read more »

Paula Smolarska

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The malleability and softness of objects is at the heart of Paula Smolarska’s practice. Her work is the result of a process driven exploration focused on the inherent physical properties and subsequent pliability of materials such as plastic, rubber, vinyl and latex. Smolarska is drawn to work with these materials as they replicate for her… Read more »

Mark Siebert

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Mark Siebert’s work is characterised by a focus on conceptions of art, value, consumerism, authenticity and the material world. much of the work questions hope with futility and idealism, there is an apprehension or something abstract, ideal. Siebert works in series, with each using a different set of rules guiding the selection of imagery, materials,… Read more »

Hwa Oh

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Oh’s practice often incorporates spiritual and subliminal fantasies from science. Hollowness of geometrical illusions and spectacle in her work would explore a possibility of alternative realities and mysticism of science. Geometrical features always appear in science magazines and books as axioms and demonstrations. Ideas and theories of scientists are incorporated into these vivid graphs and… Read more »

Mark Evans

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Evan’s practice is currently in the state of rigorous questioning. The artist is trying to re-evaluate and take ownership of his work by experimenting with the application of paint, the painting process and various source materials. He is very interested in the physicality of painting: the performance, the struggle, the science involved. The artist does… Read more »

S.E Barnet

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Barnet is an internationally exhibiting artist previously based in Los Angeles, now living in london, having recently completed her phd.  Barnet’s work addresses the experience of the individual in our complexly interrelated world where place, and images of places carry an overabundance of meanings. Through her drawings, photographs, installations and readings, she considers new ideas concerning self-knowledge, learned knowledge… Read more »