Katriona Beales creates sculpture, moving image and installation, responding to information excess, overload, and personal experiences of the technological sublime.
Giles Bunch is a performance and video artist whose work
focuses on the ways in which people engage with their cultural
A rigorous attention to material qualities, engages in close
scrutiny and analytical consideration of medium specificity, lenses,
light, objects, duration and motion.
collecting moments, finding out how we are
Katherine Fishman is currently investigating methods of
navigating spaces where social interactions and physical activities
take place, working in video, photography, installation and
Dealing with issues as diverse as urban regeneration, identity
politics and anarcho-individualism, my work primarily takes the form
of videos, publications and performance.
Liz Helman’s experimental time-based media works explore
the psychological and emotional attachment to place and dwelling, journeying between recollection and reality.
I work with movement to produce alternative material that is a
conversation, video art, writings or documents centered around topics
of working conditions, body politics, or the act of looking.
I am interested in the personal and the political, humour,
feminist strategies and subjectivities in a lived world.
I make work that investigates myriad cultural representations
of the human, focusing on the idea of ‘otherness’ and questioning the
perspective of difference.
Sam Playford-Greenwell is an artist & curator using video,
performance & writing to explore, variously, linguistic slippages of
sound & sense, collaborative conflict, and the biological-economiccultural
field of the banana.
collectif_fact, Annelore Schneider & Claude Piguet
The collectif_fact comprised Annelore Schneider and Claude
Piguet, their projects, mainly video, are often a deconstruction of what
we see as cinematic codes within our visual culture.
Vanessa Scully is a video artist who utilises amateur film
making techniques to transgress social norms and increase social
capital through the reliving/remaking of horror b-movies.
Nicola Stephanie is a British artist currently living in New York City.
Her work, in time based media, drawing, performance and object making, focuses on the relationships between experience, representation and the image.
Neasa Terry works in various media, usually using pop music
to examine the various strategies used in a performance.