Matthias Koch

Matthias Koch studied Architecture and Fine Arts with Professor Heinrich Riebeseh at the University of Hannover and Art with Photography at the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf, Germany where he was in the master class of Professor Bernd Becher graduating with Honours. From 1998 – 2000 he was lecturer in the faculty of Fine Arts at the Fachhochschule in Hannover

Marcia Teusink and Rosie James

Marcia Teusink is an artist and art educator with two decades’ experience teaching art in museums, schools and other places. She has taught in California, New York, Switzerland, and Italy, at such institutions as the Brooklyn Museum, Pratt Institute of Art & Design, the Lower East Side Printshop, the Zurich Kunsthaus, and others. Marcia holds

Nicole Mollett

Nicole Mollett‘s practise includes sculpture drawing and performance. Her work often investigates hidden narratives, and myth. Recent commissions include the mobile artwork called the ‘Kent Baton’, which was part of the Cultural Olympiad touring Kent in the lead up to 2012. Her artwork is held in both Chatham Historic Dockyard collection, and Tunbridge Wells Museum

Gabor Stark

Gabor Stark is an architect, educator and artist living and working in Berlin, Germany and Whitstable, Kent. Gabor studied architecture at the Technische Universität Berlin and the Mackintosh School of Architecture in Glasgow and co-founded the Berlin-based practice tx – büro für temporäre architektur in 2000. Focusing on the temporal and programmatic aspects of urban

John Dargan

‘Responding to what is around me is key. Being open to new possibilities, new situations, new ways of developing ideas is vital and a means to exciting outcomes and an exciting life! Using drawing, painting, film, animation, artist books, photography and interactive events, helps manifest responses appropriate to a subject, place or space.’ John Dargan

Aine Belton

Áine Belton originates from County Meath, Ireland. Áine completed her M.A. in Fine Art in UCA Canterbury in 2012. She received her B.A. in Fine Art in the Visual Arts Practice from I.A.D.T., in Dublin (Institute of Art, Design and Technology, Dun Laoghaire) in 2009. She was a member of the CRATE and UCA project

Peter Sheppard Skaerved

Peter Sheppard Skӕrved the dedicatee of over 400 works for violin, by composers including Hans Werner Henze, Poul Ruders, David Matthews, Judith Weir and George Rochberg. He has a diverse international career, ranging from solo appearances in over 30 countries, to in-depth projects and residencies.Peter is a prolific recording artist, having released over 60 critically

Rob McDonald and Tania McCormack

Rob McDonald’s work combines both graphic sensibilities of a visual narrative through complex structured images generated through silkscreen, collaged paintings whilst building an interaction between colour and mark making. The makeup of my work is derivative of our social conditioning which controls our values of taste, aesthetics and judgements. It also attempts to question the changing

Simon Martin and John Dargan

Simon Martin was born in Canterbury in 1991 and grew up in Sittingbourne . He graduated from Middlesex University in 2013 where he self published his first book ‘Mini Golf’. Currently Simon is continuing with personal projects and commissions within the UK and his home town where he hopes to help young creatives find a platform for

Cathy Rogers

Cathy Rogers is an artist who uses film and photography making work in the form of site-specific installations, screenings and interventions exploring visual representations of place, time, filmic and photographic materiality. She has a BA in Design and Public Art from Chelsea College of Art (UAL) an MA in Artists’ Film, Video and Photography from

Colin Priest

Colin Priest is a London-based artist, architect and educator at Chelsea College of Arts, University of the Arts, London. Having trained at the Architectural Association and worked as an architect in London, in parallel he undertook a variety of socio-cultural activities, operating within the fields of art and architecture at a variety of scales as

Louisa Love

Louisa Love is a Dover-born contemporary artist with a varied and multilayered practice encompassing sculpture, installation, writing, research, curation and collaborative activity. She is interested in the nature of the artistic process and the multiple ways in which knowledge is generated, exchanged and negotiated creatively. Working experimentally (and often collaboratively), she continually seeks to shift