Andrew Chan’s work is a commentary on the world of consumption from popular consumer products to war machines.
Katherine Daniels explores the archetypal ideal of a garden in paradise through sculptures, installations and public art.
Jongil Ma creates woven sculptures that take the form of large, site-specific installations.
Gregory Reynolds’ work reflects on the ubiquity of trouble, on how easily things can go completely wrong.
Romy Scheroder’s work transforms the inanimate functionality of domestic objects, particularly chairs, into lyrical figures with evolved and peculiar traits.
- Gregory Reynolds
- Jongil Ma
- Katherine Daniels
- Romy Scheroder