Justin D L
Ruth Miemczyk
Serena Partridge
Steven Malorie Potter
Charlotte Salt
Webb-Ellis
Janet White

 

Justin D L

Visual artist

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justin.justindl@gmail.com

My paintings, meticulously prepared and achieved, explore digital manipulation programs and their influence on the concept of the artist as draughtsman.

The paintings seek to reclaim the importance of the artists’ hand at work. Previous work: paintings, drawings and photographs are all viable options for digital manipulation. Once edited, these non-sequitur images become paintings (in their own right) expanding the previous collection of used material.

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Ruth Miemczyk

Painter

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ruthmiemczyk@hotmail.co.uk | CV

Painting is for me a visual language and is experienced as such through its colour, shape, space, scale and through its visible processes.

I work in an improvisatory way, staying alert to the different stages in the life of a painting, allowing the unintentional to influence my decisions. Through the painting process, personal histories and associations emerge and also affect the direction a work proceeds.

I don’t attempt to depict the world or its events but rather to touch on a common resonance.

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Serena Partridge

Visual Artist

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serenapartridge@gmail.comwww.serenapartridge.co.uk

Serena distorts scale and proportion to create fantastical miniature pieces of attire from an imagined collection. She renders these curios more mysterious by encasing them as if museum aquisitions, complete with fictional labels.

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Steven Malorie Potter

Mixed media artist

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malorie_potter@hotmail.com | steven-malorie-potter.tumblr.com | www.stevenmaloriepotter.com

Steven Malorie Potter practices systematic absurdity. Focusing on a small action or idea that interest him, he will exaggerate this obsession through method or madness, adding meat to the bones.

He chooses not to hold his work to any obligation and as such allows it to evolve without pressure, its finished form can be anything from serious to funny, sinister or even unfinished entirely.

“It doesn’t have to start off being about something, or maybe it already has. It doesn’t have to make sense right away, or even at all, it just has to be made”

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Charlotte Salt

Visual artist

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saltcharlottesalt@gmail.com | http://charlottesalt.co.uk/

Scouring the Internet, junk shops, markets and scrap metal yards, I collect materials for aesthetic reasons; from the handcrafted, found and re-appropriated to the mass-produced. I am interested in questions surrounding their relative perceived values and associative qualities.

A large part of my practice involves layering of materials and exploring contextual connections through playful enquiry – drawing on ideas of expressionism and feminism, process, labour, narrative and memory.

I work intuitively by: exploring and inventing ways for assembling the parts; building on associative qualities; manipulating materials and surfaces; and playing with the opposing intensities of quick expressive gestures and labour-intense processes. I produce artworks that incorporate painting, ceramics, wax, found materials, magazine imagery and textiles.

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Webb-Ellis

Artist Filmmakers

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info@webb-ellis.org | www.webb-ellis.org

We are British/Canadian artist filmmakers working in film, installation, and performance.

Our work often reveals the story of its own making in which coincidence and fiction play a significant role.

In the acting out of various situations we investigate the problem of representation, of perception and the boundaries between self and other.

Recent exhibitions include Urban Organisms at The NewBridge Project, hmmmmm at Crescent Arts, and showing our recent three-screen installation, ‘Mother. I am Going’ at: Alchemy Film and Moving Image Festival, The Tetley, Leeds International Film Festival and UK Young Artists.

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Janet White

Visual Artist

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jwhite.janet@gmail.com

By tracing narratives of passage I wish to invoke a sense of mystery, a feeling of reverie, or to prompt people’s memories.

Drawn to raw incidental domestic, industrial and natural objects, I find and gather or acquire them to incorporate in my work.

I make marks, set trails and leave signs to the rhythm of a grid.

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