• Ben Stewart

    Ben is from Basildon, Essex. He has a strong yet sometimes challenging relationship with his hometown, where he still lives.  He describes his artistic style as Protean and enjoys a […]

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    Zhuozhang Li

    Zhuozhang Li is a Ph.D. candidate at the Centre for Architecture and the Visual Arts (CAVA), University of Liverpool; he is an transdisciplinary urban researcher, whose research and practices are […]

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    Tayo Aluko

    Tayo Aluko was born in Nigeria, was previously an architect in Liverpool, and is now a professional playwright, actor and singer. As a baritone, he appeared as soloist at the […]

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    Khaleb Brooks

    Khaleb Brooks is an interdisciplinary artist based in the UK. Meshing the black queer figure with surreal environments in paintings, using printmaking to question the politics of desire and entering […]

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    Emma Case

    Emma Case is a visual artist and creative producer collaboratively working with communities, focusing on themes around nostalgia, archives and the everyday.  Emma founded The RED Archive, a community project […]

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    Ash // Ella

    We are Ash//Ella. We are a we. We merged our minds through our shared anticipation of the human convergence with technology. We use performative/interactive storytelling to configure our connection to […]

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    Adam Sadiq

    Adam Sadiq is an artist and technologist whose work focuses on the field of social-ecological futures. This explores how – by accepting that society and nature are deeply connected and […]

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    Sarah Wood

    Sarah is an artist, filmmaker, writer, and curator. Her primary focus is the found object, particularly the still and moving image, which she deploys as an act of reclamation and […]

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    Sandy Wardrop

    Sandy is a poet and performer. His practice focuses on creating experimental poetry, especially playing with form, mimesis, and what value is added to a poem by being ‘on the […]

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