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Nadia Perrotta
University of Kent


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Working with film, ed installation and creative writing, unhealthy Nadia Perrotta engages with communities to create collective works of art. By applying a poetic and often metaphorical language, she absorbs the traditional topics of art and memory into daily practice as an act of meditation. Exploring both the intrusion of man in nature and the  Continue Reading »


Lois Proctor
Canterbury Christ Church University


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Lois Proctor’s work is inspired by the landscapes of Northern Cyprus, asthma an area that she’s visited many times with her family. Each piece of work is produced from memories and experiences from a particular place. Competing with her fading memory, advice Lois invented a methodology of chance to recreate the landscape with accidental mark  Continue Reading »


Layla Moore
University for the Creative Arts


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The invitation to touch has been appropriated by the online world through screens and surfaces. Yet the space beyond the screen has no tactility, search no sensory or physical experience, only the illusion of one. Layla Moore’s use of impromptu and casual production comes from a desire to reconnect with physicality.   “I build with  Continue Reading »


Laura Hepworth
University for the Creative Arts


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Laura Hepworth’s work examines the themes of creation and connection: “how few of us wonder how they were created and what connections we may have with endless vista of stars and galaxies. Do we ever stop to consider what lies in the darkness? Research implies that there is every chance the universe formed from something  Continue Reading »


Ida Cholewinska
Canterbury Christ Church University


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Acting as an ode to lost Polish identity in the myriad of British culture, order Ida Cholewinska’s work is inspired by Stanislaw Wyspianski’s 19th century drama The Wedding (a tale that remarks on Poland’s fractured political situation). Her work attempts to satirise the dichotomy of stagnant traditions and obsolete religious beliefs, anesthetist exploring how the  Continue Reading »


Evdokia Georgiou
University of Kent


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“My sculptures, here installations and interactive works transform a series of familiar, apoplectic ordinary objects into new possibilities of colour, shape, material and encounter.” Interested in the social behaviour of humans, Evdokia’s playful wax and plaster sculptures question both the functionality of objects and how the systems which determine everyday life and society are expected  Continue Reading »


David Vargas
University for the Creative Arts


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David Vargas’ practice stems from combining materials that boast a captivating texture and finish. Using expanding foam, troche gold leaf and liquid rubber latex, buy cialis David’s provocative works explore texture through the use of tactile materials.   “This process allows me to communicate how my mind observes and unpacks the raw delicacy and beauty  Continue Reading »


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