Tuesday, 10 May 2016

A promo video by Michael Szpakowski

A promo video by Michael Szpakowski for 'Juxtaposition' our next exhibition at The Museum of Club Culture

Monday, 2 May 2016

Information about participants of the group show Juxtapostition

curated by Mark Wigan

Ian Pollock
is an acclaimed Illustrator he graduated from the RCA in 1976 and has created illustrations for numerous magazines his projects have included Housing Benefit Hill illustrations for Guardian Weekend, Pollocks Epicurus, portraits , The New Testament and Parables of Christ, he is featured in Laura Milners film A Case of Happy Accidents -vimeo www.ianpollock.co.uk

Michelle Thompson
since graduating from the RCA in 1996 Michelle has been at the forefront of Illustration her collage and mixed media works have appeared internationally,notably in collaboration with influential designer Vaughan Oliver. www.michelle-thompson.com

Paul Burgess
A graduate of Camberwell College of Arts and RCA Paul has worked for over 20years as a Collagist, illustrator, writer, photographer and designer Paul lectures at the University of Brighton, he has documented band tours working in design for Pulp and the Sex Pistols he is the author of Satellite Sex Pistols graphic design and Memorabilia  www.mrpaulburgess.com

Martin ONeill
If Peter Blake is the Paul McCarthy of Collage then O Neill is its Tom Waits, a pre- digital artist for a post digital age . Martin has worked for over 20 years as an illustrator and artist creating collages for a wide range of international clients encompassing publishing, advertising, design and installation work www.cutitout.co.uk

Priya Sundram
studied Illustration at Camberwell Collage of Arts and RCA  her collage illustrations explore themes of place, traditions and journeys finding inspiration in legends ,stories, maps and travel her work has been published by Tara Books in India (including Captain Coconut and the Case of the Missing Bananas.) www.priyasundram.com

Austin Von New
is a London based Graphic Artist and Art Director he is one of the founding members of the influential NEW Studio he has Lectured on BA Hons and MA Illustration at Camberwell College of Arts worked for Illustrated Ape and designed Mark Wigans Basics Illustration book series www.new-online.co.uk

Chris Harper is a designer, illustrator and educator living and working in Hebden Bridge West Yorkshire he lectures in Illustration at University of Central Lancashire www.instagram.com charperstudio

Mark Wigan is a multidisciplinary artist, writer, lecturer at Hull School of Art and Design and co- curator of The Museum of Club Culture  www.wigansworld.com

Kerry Baldry
 a multidisciplinary artist and curator  www.kerrybaldry.com

Louisa Minkin
is an artist based in London UK. She is a member of Five Years, a collectively organised artists' space and is currently Course Leader for MA Fine Art at CSM. The Yes to Life video is an offshoot of ongoing collaborative work with Francis Summers. It has been shown recently at the ICA in London;  The California Institute of the Arts; Museum of Modern Art, Oxford; SOMArts San Fransisco but it's real home is the internet.

Gordon Dawson,
Gordon Dawson is an artist/musician based in London who studied fine art and video at Middlesex and Dundee Universities in the '90’s.  His work encompasses video, installation, sound, and hand-cut collage. Recent solo exhibitions were at Five Years and Hovel galleries, London  

Michael Szpakowski  
is an artist, composer & writer 
His music has been performed all over the UK, in Russia & the USA.
He has exhibited work in galleries in the UK, mainland Europe & the USA. 
His short films have been shown throughout the world.   He is currently senior lecturer in art & design at Writtle School of Design. 


Marcel Craven
working across media, artist in residence at St.Mary's church Hull, exhibits locally, nationally and internationally. Can be seen in 'art international today 2016.

Nick Jordan 
is a visual artist and filmmaker based in Manchester. His work has been shown extensively at international festivals and exhibitions, including recently at Innsbruck International Biennale, Kassel Dokfest; Haus der Kulturen, Berlin; Whitstable Biennale; Documenta, Madrid; 100 Years of Dada, ICA, London.

Marc Boswar
works in collage and moving image. He is interested in the covergence of digital and analogue practices in collage, and the interface of the photographic and live action with drawing and animation. He is a lecturer in Illustration and Animation at the University of Derby.