Laura Dekker worked in research and development of computer vision techniques for many years before studying Fine Art at Central Saint Martins. Since then she has had numerous commissions for her interactive works, including Secret Cinema, Dr Martens and Museums at Night. Her work has been shown at Modern Art Oxford, and was selected for the New Media Awards at ArtPAD in San Francisco this year. Laura is co-organiser of XAP (Cross Arts Projects). She lives and works in London. Laura Dekker's website.
Cameron Galt RWS is currently artist in residence for Walsall MBC. His work can be found in public and private collections such as Bankside Gallery, Duchess of Westminster Collection, MOMA, TNAG Walsall, Museo della Carta e Filigree, Fabriano. Cameron Galt's website.
Jonathan Goslan's sculptures are created by 'action-centric design methods' using computational processes. His (de)forms often combine CNC manufacture with highly detailed hand finishing. He has recently exhibited at the Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh and in Sweden. Since returning to his native Glasgow he has been working at the Glasgow Sculpture Studios and MAKlab, a digital fabrication workshop. Jonathan Goslan's website.
Niels Jensen is a Scandinavian artist and musician based in Mallorca. He had early success as a singer/songwriter and actor. Niels has painted professionally since the mid 90s and has exhibited widely. His work is characterised by a playful freedom and spontaneity. Niels Jensen's website.
Jimmy King is a photographer, video artist and creative director from the UK who is based in New York. A portrait of David Bowie, 'Three Men in Hats' is included in the V&A touring exhibition, 'David Bowie Is'.
At the center of Theresia Lynch's layering of poetic and ambiguous work is an investigation of what it means to be alive today. Her artistic practice incorporates a variety of media in collaborative and individual work. She works primarily with photography, drawing, sculpture, and video. Theresia Lynch is showing new photographic work, 'Road Movie', at the Mölnlycke Kulturhus in Gothenburg, Sweden .Theresia Lynch's website.
Ana Oak is a recent fine art graduate from Central Saint Martins. Un/re/discovering past and present translations, she creates new sets of relationships, easing the transition between them, disrupting the strata of existing power-structure and predetermines our knowledge. By combining old and new media processes and materials she creates an alternative knowledge and history, examining aspects left behind, picking up the pieces, stitching together, collecting information, uncovering marks, trying to make sense from nonsense.