Samuel Lanchin is an artist based in Leeds, working primarily with mixed-media installations. He can be found performing as one half of samOne samTwo, an artist duo also based in Leeds or DJing as Papi Chulo, mixing music from Latin America and its diaspora.
Katerina Mimikou studies Fine Art at Chelsea College of Arts London. The context of her work consists of the ideas of power, hierarchy, and authority as those are created through gender, family, and language. The artist’s personal experiences and stories give substance to a combination of cultural and societal beliefs, gender and social stereotypes and come together in order to bring the viewers into a place of questioning their own position.
Rehana Zaman (b 1982, Heckmondwike UK) is based in London, working with moving image and performance. Her work is concerned with the effect of multiple social dynamics on how individuals and groups relate. These narrative based pieces, often deadpan and neurotic, are frequently generated through conversation and collaboration with others. A driving question within Zaman’s work is how socio-political concerns, in addition to providing content, can structure how an artwork is produced.
Joanne Lee lives and works in Glasgow. Her practice is interested in using moving image as a way of translating the subjective experience of being and experiencing into a cinematic reality. Using the framework of autoethnography to give space to uncertainty and new articulations, questioning what it means to make and see from the periphery. Joanne has performed, exhibited and screened work at venues including Platform, The Pipe Factory, Intermedia Gallery and 16th Nicholson Street. She graduated from Glasgow School of Art with BA (Hons) in Sculpture and Environmental Art 2019.
Nicky Chue is a queer BPOC ﬁlmmaker from Berlin who spends a lot of their time sitting in nature and identifying bees. Florence Low is a queer British Armenian artist, graphic designer, photographer, drag king and dreamy Pisces. They are currently obsessed with Kate Bush, cats, queer space in London, astrology and attachment styles.
Summer M is a visual artist living in London. Their work moves between personal and collective experiences of desire, hope and despair. Immersed in these transformative edges of loss, other worlds marked by new ways of being together slowly emerge.
April Lin is an artist and filmmaker investigating the pluralities of truths constructed, contained, and disseminated via image-making. Merging experimental techniques with a commitment to centring marginalised knowledges, they approach the moving image as a tool to remember forgotten pasts, honour erased presents, and imagine new futures.
Morisha Moodley is an artist working at the intersection between writing and video. They use their work to negotiate with the world, so it often traverses the lines of identity and experience.
Anuka is a Georgian-German filmmaker, working in sound and multimedia. Their work questions themes of displacement, translation, diaspora, gossip, bodybuilding, dysphoria. They attempt to work against ethnocentricism, in particular in terms of West Asia and the diaspora, disentangling ideas of ‘the (near) East’.
YOKAI / Edmund Hardy is a film maker and writer currently based in London. He wrote a book about poetry called ‘Complex Crosses’, often writes about Marxism and race, and is working on a long film called ‘Negative Worlds’ – about the search for another world within this one. Born in Tokyo, he is Japanese-English.