Davenport studied at Goldsmiths College of Art in London, and participated in the now legendary exhibition Freeze, curated by Damien Hirst. In 1991 he was nominated for the Turner Prize.
The viewer of a Begum artwork is not a passive observer, they are invited to change perspective, each movement creates a constant shifting symmetry of colour.
Liversidge’s diverse body of work exists in almost every conceivable medium: drawing, performance, installation, photography, painting, sculpture, interventions, artists’ books...
Baldwin’s work balances on the fine line between sinister and beautiful. His paintings have a unique aesthetic; abstract and figurative, multi-layered in meaning and creation.
Digital editing of photography is a central part of German artist, Michael Reisch’s work. His photographic world is devoid of human beings; it is a world of forms.
Paul Insect shows his work on the street and in galleries around the world. Insect confronts the viewer with his refined interpretations of popular culture; paintings and sculptures about women, violence, sex, religion, politics and art.