Jennifer Martin

Jennifer Martin (b. 1990) is a London-based fine artist working with moving image, photography, installation and text. Her work operates in part as interventions and articulations of social-racial dynamics and lived experiences. A driving question of Martin’s recent work involves the role of art and media in the social and psychological construction of race and […]

Rafael Perez Evans

Rafael Pérez Evans is a Spanish – Welsh artist and lecturer living between London and Spain. Prior to returning to study an MFA at Goldsmiths College in London, he spent various years living and working in Mexico and Brazil, where he setup Alto Residency in the jungle of Alto Paraiso (Brazil). Pérez Evans installations can […]

Maimuna Adam

Maimuna Adam grew up in Sweden and Mozambique. She completed a Bachelor of Arts in Fine Art at the University of Pretoria, South Africa, in 2008. She creates mixed-media paintings on paper, book sculptures and video artworks using materials such as coffee, ink, banana fibre paper, charcoal, acrylic paint, canvas, found books and objects. As […]

Nissa Nishikawa

Nissa Nishikawa works with performance, ceramics, painting, glass, and film. Her practice interprets traditional forms of dance, ritual and craft in ways that illuminate the current crisis in ecology and community. She engages with alchemical and animistic practices through the use of elemental base materials, forging processes of transformation that are intuitively informed by a close observation […]

Pennie Key

Pennie Key is a London based artist. Her work incorporates visual, performative and autobiographical elements. She is interested in sexuality, relationships, gender issues, power dynamics, and her work expands across a variety of mediums. Currently, her starting point is her various identities (a queer, young woman, a middle class daughter, a Mixed Martial Artist in […]

Walid Siti

Walid Siti was born in 1954, in the city of Duhok, in Iraqi-Kurdistan. After graduating in 1976 from the Institute of Fine arts in Baghdad, Siti left Iraq to continue his arts education in Ljubljana, Slovenia before settling in 1984 in the United Kingdom where he lives and works. The work of Walid Siti traverses […]

Vasiliki Antonopoulou

Vasiliki Antonopoulou lives and works in London, UK. She was born in Greece and raised in Saudi Arabia, two locations which re-emerge in her practice. Her work combines text, performance and moving image, to explore notions of love and displacement by drawing metaphors between body and architecture. These manifest through site specific performances that delve […]

Bertie Brandes

Bertie Brandes grew up in London and studied English. She started her writing career with a column for VICE and after graduating became their UK Fashion Editor. Self-employed for the past 5 years, she has written for the Observer, GQ, The Times among others and is a contributing editor at i-D. Since 2011 she has […]