Hayley Newman’s broad ranging work explores humour, subjectivity, documentary practices and fiction.
Keith Piper is a British artist and academic. In addition to his work as a visual artist, he has worked as a curator, writer and researcher.
Born in Liege, Belgium, Jacqueline Poncelet has a background in ceramics, having studied at Wolverhampton College of Art and the Royal College of Art from 1966 until 1972.
Eva Rothschild, born 1971, is an Irish artist now living and working in London. She makes sculpture primarily for the eye, working in a range of materials. She is interested in the transformative power of looking.
Terry Smith studied BA Fine Art at Goldsmiths School of Art in 1974-78.
Through a radical juxtaposition of the natural, artificial and synthetic, Sarah Staton’s aesthetic refers to both traditional fabrication cultures; textiles, woodwork, metalwork and so on, as well as to digital culture; its screens, colours, textures and its incursions into lived time.
Born in Iran, Barbara Steveni is a British artist, who conceived and co-founded the Artist Placement Group (APG) in London in 1966.
Anne Tallentire has lived and worked in London since she came from Ireland to study post graduate Fine Art, at the Slade 1986-88.
David Ward works in a range of media that includes painting, photography, performance and sound. He is also known for his collaborations with choreographers, artists and composers.
Alison Wilding makes abstract sculpture. She is known for the wide range of both materials and processes she employs, as well as her capacity to work at the extremes of scale: from the hand held object to all but monumental sculpture.
Edward Woodman has been photographing artists and exhibitions since the early 1980s.
Austin Wright (1911 - 1997) was a sculptor who lived and worked in Yorkshire for 60 years.