Cadi Froehlich

My work explores the physicality of exchanges between people, objects and material. In particular I investigate the hidden infrastructure of the interaction between these things.

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Susan Haire

Vanishing Point, a long term work-in-progress, has involved sculpture, installation, photography, video and collaboration with three composers…

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Alexandra Harley

I use a variety of different materials – mostly wood, but also stone, clay, and paper – to explore the concept of movement and animation in non-kinetic sculpture.

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Julie Held

I love colour and use it to structure composition. Drawing is as important. My subjects are taken from daily life then mediated in my imagination.

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Aude Hérail Jäger

On and off human beings become aware of a constant juggling of mysterious inner forces, some palpable and loud, others hidden, yet all potent and powerful. I am drawn to investigate what is not there in full view.

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Martin Heron

I make two and three dimensional drawings and paintings exploring spontaneous mark making, experimental use of prefabricated materials and ready-made forms.

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Alexander Hinks

My practice represents the relationship between nature, technology and even the sublime – as upon peering into another world with bold straight line structures which contrast curves and fluidity, the voids and chasms of space alluding to universes.

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John Holden

The making of drawings, painted images, is an inherent aspect of my experience of living and has been since childhood; not to make visual images of some sort would be an act of denial of an essential need.

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Chris Horner

My artworks explore the relationship between artist and material as I transform pre-used building materials into new painted sculptural artworks.

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