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Barbara Ryan is an English artist and art director currently based in Amsterdam. Her work is playful, simple and colourful. She enjoys making physical artworks that are joyful to view and interact with, taking everyday subjects and transforming them into unexpected objects. From creating supersize light installations for the Amsterdam Light Festival to floral sculptures that can sit on your desk - Barbara is happy exploring different mediums and scales in her work. 


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Daniel Bauman (b.1986, Caracas, Venezuela) received a MFA in painting and drawing from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 2022 and a BS in architecture from the University of Maryland in 2008. He is a Lecturer at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago's Painting and Drawing Department.


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As a former member of the band Elastica, in 2010 Mew made the decision to begin a long overdue degree in fine art and in 2015 graduated from Brighton University with a first class honour’s degree.

Mew likes to play with juxtaposing ephemeral signs and symbols from popular culture with the bold colours and imagery of play and having fun, suggesting That these colours, shapes and patterns can mean so much more than they are.

Mew finds inspiration in the stark urban geometry of Brutalist architecture, concrete bunkers and the brightly coloured building blocks of childhood along with the ‘cut outs’ of Matisse and the text based prints of Sister Corita Kent.

Mew lives in St Leonards on sea with her husband and 2 little sausage dogs and together they share a space at Compendium Studios in the town. She also plays synth for the band ‘Aircooled’.


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Eilen Itzel Mena is an Afro-Dominican American artist, writer and community organizer. She graduated from the University of Southern California (USC) in 2017, with a B.A. in Fine Arts and is currently an MFA candidate in painting at the Slade School of Fine Arts (UCL). She creates artworks, experiences and systems that serve as vehicles for exploration of identity and relationships with ourselves, each other and the unseen. 



Her visual language manifests through a lexicon of repeating shapes, figures, inversions and forms such as rainbows, hearts, flowers, and clouds, amongst others. They all serve their own meaning and purpose in this language, while also being in conversation with society's understanding of these symbols. Through employing symbolism, non-representational and abstract imagery, she is able to visualize emotional, spiritual and imaginative spaces. 


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“(…) An habitant of color, she interacts from veneration and co-creation with flora and fauna. From a botanical cycle, now transmuting through l magical wild beings, perhaps inspired by her close relationship with a domesticated one. In this transit, Candelaria explores the color blue, lápiz lazilazuli , a wonderfull stone you can find in chiles territorio.  The  world of derrame, an investigation from the primitive, the folkloric, the divine and the science of the spirit... (...)" (P. Mouchabeck.)


Perhaps a call to the manifestation of the Spirit of the animal kingdom, seeking a kind of mastery and a link with the ancient guardians of the territory, through long tails, symbols, archetypes, deities and prayers. The Mexican alebrijes and nahuales as a bridge and source of this language.

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Photo by: Pascale Mouchabeck 



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