Aoife Collins (Ireland)
Collins interdisciplinary practice explores the transience and mutability of objects, ideas and public personas, especially the filtering down from ‘highbrow’ to popular culture and the inherent changes of form and meaning that occur in these circumstances.
15 Feb 2010 31 May 2010
Sally Osborn (UK)
The complexity of vision can never be fully reconciled with language, the space or gap between written, spoken and visual language lies at the heart of Sally Osborn’s practice.
01 Jan 2010 30 Jun 2010
Atsushi Kaga (Japan)
Behind the playful and surreal facade of Atsushi Kaga’s misleadingly simple and faux-crude works lurks much darker territory wherein the artist confronts serious issues of cultural politics, paranoia, the complex search for personal identity and the daily philosophical crises of the harsh realities of the world.
01 Jan 2010 28 Feb 2010
Yotaro Niwa (Japan)
Niwa works with a variety of media including sculpture, drawing, installation and photography. His practice involves the use of everyday objects, such as household goods, food and clothing, combined with the use of industrial materials such as electrical cable and fluorescent lighting.
01 Dec 2009 28 Feb 2010
Will Kwan (Canada/Hong Kong)
Will Kwan’s artistic practice takes a critical view of the visual and material culture of globalisation and examines the sociopolitical and cultural consequences of how the ‘global’ is represented.
01 Oct 2009 31 Jan 2010
Sam Jury (UK)
Sam Jury’s practice examines the psychological impact of mass media and screen based technologies on society’s relationship with reality.
01 Oct 2009 28 Feb 2010
Eliza Newman-Saul (USA)
Eliza Newman-Saul’s work consists of videos, photographs, installations, writing and performances, or rather, communicative moments.
01 Sep 2009 22 Nov 2009
Tine Melzer (Germany)
The interdisciplinary work of visual artist Tine Melzer primarily focuses on the coded nature of language and aims to deconstruct the fears and desires bound to its imagery.