Nicholas Fraser's projects combine and recast texts and phrases from sources elevated and mundane.
Sharon Ma creates works of art that combine elements of photography, archaeology, and sculpture to show how people curate their lives and experiences.
In the series “Who Owns the Sky?” Rob Swainston reminds us that humans are not just consumers of icons but observers and producers of images.
Rica Takashima's questions towards traditional Japanese patriarchal family values and discrimination against LGBT people motivated her to start conceptual participatory public art and large scale street installations.
David Wilson’s work investigates fragmented narratives and temporal spaces through sculpture, sound and performative objects.