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Hannah’s painting is vigorous and vivacious – like primal forces: desire, impulses, terror; tempered by apathy and ennui. Snails and entrails; private, public and pubic.
Like a small child, Brian likes creepy crawlies, goblins and robots. His moody prints and meticulous paintings are comically ominous.
Héloïse is liable to create wormholes into our bodily interiors as she is to bind our eyes in a shroud of secrecy: expressed through paintings that flummox as well as entertain.
Portals of London is a local history blog revealing an aspect of London rarely openly discussed: the city’s unique porosity to gateways across space, time and other worlds.
Dawn’s memories throb with the luminosity of exotic climes: bewitching orchids and birds of paradise brought within four walls.
Martin delves into the cracks in technology, trying to remind us that all these programs have been written by humans, after all. He is an avid Google Street View traveller.
John is a cosmopolitan connoisseur of inner-city argots, superannuated printing techniques and informal abodes.
Anna explores the bounty of fleshy interactions in the city; on streets, in cafes and in crowded markets, that colour cities effervescent as traces of people remain in space.
Elysia likes fairytales, pom-poms and other souvenirs. She enjoys travelling and scribbling down fleeting memories that work their way into her enticingly sinister paintings.
Karina is a transnational creature, alighting and imbibing new spaces and places like a hummingbird: her writing flutters between grotesque, magic realist and carnivalesque.