Madeleine Virginia Brown is a Glasgow School of Art M.Litt Graduate as well as a Masters in Film & Television graduate from the University of Glasgow. Madeleine's work is primarily performance based and explores the human body. Recent exhibitions include the Gallery of Modern Art, Glasgow and Rom8 Gallery, Bergen.
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Nikitta Morgan is an Irish artist currently residing in Edinburgh. She received her MA Degree in Textile Design from Norwich University of the Arts and her BA Degree in Textile, Art, Design, Craft from the University of Wales Trinity Saint David. Nikkita works with textiles, responding to political issues specifically relating to the Northern Ireland conflict. Recent exhibitions include Electric Picture House, Cheshire & Islington Art Factory, London. More info can be found on here website here:
Douglas Morland is a gradute of the Glasgow School of Art MFA programme. He recently had a solo exhibition at GoMA - Glasgow Museums, THE PIPE FACTORY, Market Gallery & The Briggait.
Cinzia Cremona is a PhD graduate of the University of Westminster with a bachelor of Fine Art from Central Saint Martins. A recent show includes a solo exhibition at Arebyte Gallery and a publication in Rewind Italia: Early Italian Video Art.
Guillaume Adjutor Provost is a Montreal based artist with a PhD from the UQAM | Université du Québec à Montréal and Masters and Undergradute Degrees from Université Laval. Guillaume works across performance, installation and sculptural platforms. Recent exhibitions include The New Gallery, inedited, Calgary and Ve.Sch, Dark Under Eye Circles, commissaire : Julian Feritsch, Vienne.
Ross Whyte is a PhD graduate from University of Aberdeen in impermanence in audio-visual intermedia. He received several awards including the Chris Cadwur James Award for Composition, two Derek Ogstor Postgraduate Scholarships and the 2015 Made In Aberdeen Prize.
Laura Genevieve Jones is a multidisciplinary artist often working with the moving image. Laura was born in Johannesburg, South Africa and has lived in the UK and Berlin, now living and working in Glasgow. She has a Masters in Research in Artists' Moving Image from Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts and a BA degree from the University of Brighton in Performance and Visual Arts in Dance. To view more of her work visit:
Teresa Brown is a recent graduate from the Glasgow School of Art's Masters of Letters in Fine Art Practice programme. Her work explores 'the space between' - the literal and metaphorical space that exists between the self and the other. Over the past few years Teresa Browns work has developed out of painting into photography, etching and installation.