Alan Butler received his MFA from LaSalle College of the Arts, Singapore (2009). Recent solo exhibitions We Were Promised Anarchy, But What We Got Was Chaos, Solstice Art Centre, Ireland (2015); Youth Outreach In N. Korea, Supermarket 2015, Stockholm, Sweden; The Parallax View, Ormston House, Limerick, Ireland (2014); and group exhibitions 2FUTURES: Anthology 2, Royal Hibernian Academy, Dublin, Ireland (2015); Telling Lies, RUA RED, Dublin, Ireland (2015); Please return, Embassy Gallery, Edinburgh, Scotland (2015), among others.
Clawson & Ward
Clawson & Ward is the collaborative partnership of Anna Clawson & Nicole Ward. Their recent activities include: Artists in residence at RUPERT, Vilnius, Lithuania (2015); and exhibitions When Two or More are Together, SWG3, Glasgow International (2014); and Shiny Black Thoroughbred, Tenderpixel, London (2013). In 2013 they launched STUDIO36, a self-initiated residency series hosted in their studio. An accompanying STUDIO36 poster-rack publication toured to The Royal Standard, Liverpool (2014); Tenderbooks, London (2015); and Tate St Ives, Cornwall (2015).
Eva Fàbregas is a graduate of Chelsea College of Art and Design, London, and the Universitat de Barcelona. Recent exhibitions include The stuff that surrounds us, a two-person exhibition at José de la Fuente Gallery, Santander (2016); How are you feeling today?, Window Space (Whitechapel), London (2015); Unforeseen changes, Green Parrot, Barcelona (2014); Eva Fàbregas & Andrew Lacon, Kunstraum, London (2014); Homeless abstraction, Plazaplaza, London (2013).
Joey Holder received her BA from Kingston University (2002) and her MFA from Goldsmiths (2010). Recent solo/duo exhibitions include Ophiux, Wysing Arts Centre, Cambridge (2016); TETRAGRAMMATON, LD50, London (with John Russell) (2016); Lament of Ur, Karst, Plymouth (with Viktor Timofeev) (2015); BioStat., Project Native Informant, London (2015); and HYDROZOAN, The Royal Standard, Liverpool (2014). Recent group exhibitions include Winter is Coming, Georg Kargl, Vienna (2016); Deep Inside, 5th Moscow International Biennale for Young Art, Moscow, Russia (2016); The Uncanny Valley, Wysing Arts Centre, Cambridge (2015); BODY HOLES, New Scenario, online exhibition at the 9th Berlin Biennale, Berlin, Germany (2016); Sunscreen, online and at Venice Biennale (2015); A Plague of Diagrams, ICA, London, UK (2015), #WEC- Whole Earth Catalyst, The Composing Rooms, Berlin, Germany (2015); h y p e r s a l o n, Art Basel Miami, USA (2014); Vestige: The Future is Here, Design Museum, London (2013); and Multinatural Histories, Harvard Museum of Natural History, Massachusetts, USA (2013).
Richard Howard writes about science fiction, weird fiction and critical theory. He received his doctorate in 2016 from Trinity College Dublin in 2016 for his study of the science fiction of Bob Shaw and James White. He has had critical work published in the journals Foundation: The International Journal of Science Fiction and Medical Humanities, and fiction in Weird Tales, M- Brane and Electric Velocipede.
Jennifer Mehigan is a recent graduate of LaSalle College of the Arts, Singapore. She has exhibited internationally, including recent solo exhibitions Butcher, Golden Thread Gallery, Belfast (2016); WATCH YRSELF ROT at Interstitial, Seattle (2016); HARD GIRLS at SOMA Contemporary (2016); and group exhibitions including Busan Biennale’s Asian Curatorial Exhibition. She currently lives and works in The Burren, Ireland.
Pakui Hardware is the name (coined by Alex Ross) for the collaborative artist duo Neringa Cerniauskaite and Ugnius Gelguda. Recent activities include solo exhibitions at MUMOK, Vienna; ExoExo, Paris (in collaboration with Fenetreproject) (2015); kim? Contemporary Art Center, Riga (2015); Jenifer Nails, Frankfurt (2014); Contemporary Art Centre (CAC), Vilnius (2014); 321 Gallery, Brooklyn, New York (2014), NADA New York (2014). They have also participated in group exhibitions at National Gallery of Art, Vilnius (2016), Threads: A Phantasmagoria about Distance (curated by Nicolas Bourriaud), Kaunas Biennial, Lithuania (2015); Valentin, Paris (2015), Soy Capitan, Berlin (2015); Moderna Museet, Malmö, Sweden (2014); CCS Bard / Hessel Museum of Art, New York (2014) and ar/ge Kunst Gallery Museum, Bolzano, Italy (2014).
John Russell was a co-founder of the artists’ group BANK, of which he was a member for ten years participating in over fifty exhibitions and events, as well as several publications. Since leaving BANK in January 2000, Russell has worked both independently and collaboratively in producing exhibitions, publications and curatorial projects. His work has been exhibited at Bridget Donahue, New York (2016); Lofoten International Art Festival, Norway (2015); Treignac Project, Treignac, France (2013); MOT International, London (2015); Allegra La Viola Gallery, New York (2013); The New Art Gallery Walsall, UK (2013); ICA, London (2011), Focal Point Gallery, Southend, UK (2011); The Grey Area, Brighton, UK (2011); Kunsthalle Exnergasse, Vienna (2011); Tate Britain, London (2010); and Tate St Ives, Cornwall(2009).
Andrew Norman Wilson
Andrew Norman Wilson is an artist based in New York. His work has exhibited at Centre Pompidou in Paris (2015); Palais de Tokyo in Paris (2014); Ullens Center for Contemporary Art in Beijing (2014); The Hammer Museum in Los Angeles (2014); Project Native Informant in London (2014); Fluxia in Milan (2014); Yvon Lambert in Paris (2014); the New York Film Festival (2014); CCS Bard in Anandale-on-Hudson New York (2013); MoMA PS1 in New York (2013); the San Francisco International Film Festival (2012) and the Images Festival (2012).