Adam Dix

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Adam Dix’s work concerns itself with associations between communication technology and our desire to communicate. His exploration into our response and subsequent personification of these devices of modern communication describe how we relate to and comprehend technology on a humanistic level. Here there may be disparity between the desire to communicate and the physical isolation… Read more »

Ryan McClelland

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Ryan McClelland was born in Liverpool in 1978; he graduated from Camber well College of Arts in 2000, Goldsmiths College in 2002 finally receiving and MA in fine Art from the Royal College in 2007. Since then he has had three solo exhibitions in London, and taken part in over thirty group shows both nationally… Read more »

Nadege Meriau

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My practice explores the possibilities of creating images that combine the visceral and the sublime.  Drawing on the idea of perception as participatory and the body as part of the flesh of the world, my work addresses the senses. Images of incandescent and dripping dwellings not only evoke primeval hungers but also envelop and absorb…. Read more »

Marianne Walker

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My current practice uses representational pencil drawing to make studies of the meaning that is projected onto urban and natural landscapes. I focus on nocturnal subjects, as much because I want to make drawings where I get to employ the techniques of sfumato and chiaroscuro to study form as much as I want to reference… Read more »

Lisa Slominski

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Lisa Slominski covers the gallery walls with her signature wallpaper work, alongside a floor piece. Sourcing images from the Internet and treating them as readymade objects, reworking and repurposing the forms in order to emancipate them from their virtual existence or typical associations. In abstracting these images, she shifts them from their virtual realm into… Read more »

Jo Ball

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Drawing is the engine of my creative process, whether ink on paper or threads in space. Two recurring approaches are the collection and production of small parts that form a larger whole, and the repetition of simple marks or gestures.   Findings of everyday life, from natural materials to speech and words, are incorporated and… Read more »

Fred Sorrell

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Rachel Bennett states that Fred is “Trying to expose the transitory gap between reality and dreamscape, the intimate gap between individuals forged in the most intense moments of relationships, and the revelatory gap that emerges when the gaze lingers on a scene and is allowed to dance off to explore conjectural possibilities”. (FAD ART, 9/8/11)… Read more »

Christian Newby

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Christian Newby’s recent works are made from fabric and carpet, screen-printed photographs and watercolour. These take the domestic interior and, more specifically, the fictitious interior as their starting point; the ordinary and homespun accoutrements of intimate space reflected as an infinitely charged connotative platform.  His latest works reflect a specific interest in finding immediate pleasure in… Read more »

Alex Carmichael

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Experimentation with cameraless photography and alternative photographic processes has formed the basis of my recent work. I’m drawn by the potential for these obscure, anachronistic processes to produce ambiguous images that merge document and fiction. In contrast to photographs, the finished works bare minimal traces of the world around them; they are the result of… Read more »