November 2017 | Josie Tucker
Josie Tucker (b. 1992 Swindon, England) graduated with a MA in Visual Communication from the Royal College of Art in 2017, after obtaining a BA (hons) in Illustration and Visual Media from the London College of Communication. She works across various mediums including digital stop motion, and research includes the application of humour within art and design. She is the head of visual identity for Brainchild festival and a founding member of the organisation. She currently lives in London and has recently started an environmental initiative for artists, designers and communicators to actively engage in environmental politics.
Diciembre 2017 | Ade Adekola
Conceptual artist Ade Adekola (b.1967 Nigeria) trained as an Architect at the Architectural Association, London. He has exhibited internationally at Textiles and New Technology, London; Pledge Allegiance to a Flag, London; Modernbook, Palo Alto; Repetition and Inflection I and II, San Francisco and Lagos; Icons of a Metropolis, Lagos; Art Dubai, Dubai; Skoto Gallery, New York; Arthouse Contemporary, London; Pret A Installer, Lagos; Red Door Gallery, Lagos; Lagos Photo Festival, Lagos and Art X Lagos, Lagos, amongst others. He currently lives and works in Lagos.
Enero 2017 | Agnes Momirski
Agnes Momirski (b. 1988 XXXX) studied at the Academy of Fine Arts and Design, Ljubljana, SLO; Willem de Kooning Academy, Rotterdam, NL; and Chelsea College of Art and Design, London, UK along with receiving an MA on Sculpture at the Royal College of Art, London, UK. She has exhibited internationally at the Kiblix festival for intermedia art, Slovenia; Center for urban culture, Ljubljana; Tower of intermedia art, Slovenia; UAUU Gallery and Poligon, Ljubljana; De Pont Museum, Tilburg; SingerSweatShop Gallery, Rotterdam amongst others. She is currently living and working at Rotterdam, The Netherlands.