LAURA GRACE FORD is a London based artist and writer. Drawing on cognitive mapping and the concept of dérive Ford interrogates place by mapping the psychic contours of the city, where spectral languages erupt as fictions and dreamings, a reconnection with emancipatory forces embedded in the city.
ANNA MIKKOLA’s work explores the ways that technology alters human subjectivity and probes the boundaries of the human, often materialising as videos and installations.
IMRAN PERRETTA is an artist addressing biopower, marginality and the (de)construction of cultural histories. His multi-disciplinary practice encompasses moving image, sound, performance and poetry.
HANNAH PERRY works in installation, sculpture print and video. Using a network of personal references, she continuously generates and manipulates videos, sounds, images and objects, exploring intimate memory in a hyper-technological society.
NICK RYAN is a multi-disciplinary artist and composer exploring auditory representations of information, language, physical materiality and space through the creation of sound and multisensory installations, bespoke instruments, generative audio experiences.
FLORA YIN-WONG is a London-born, Chinese-Malaysian artist working with field recordings, dissonance, and influences from contemporary club culture.