Bruce Davies is an artist who studied BA Hons Contemporary Art Practice at Leeds Metropolitan University. He has exhibited his work in Leeds, Liverpool, Sweden Norway and the USA and is also the curator | Chair of BasementArtsProject. READ MORE
Paul was born in Grimsby North Lincolnshire and studied in Norwich University of the Arts and the Bretton Hall/University of Leeds. Paul lived in London before returning to Leeds, where he is based with his family. READ MORE
Luke Drozd is an artist and illustrator who studied BA Fine Art at Leeds Metropolitan University, and completed his Masters in Fine Art at Chelsea College of Art and Design, London in 2009. READ MORE
Dr Alan Dunn is an artist, curator and publisher educated at Glasgow School of Art and The Art Institute of Chicago; he is also a lecturer in Fine Art and MA Art & Design at Leeds Beckett University. READ MORE
Joshua Hart (b. 1990, Keighley) is an artist living just by Woodhouse Ridge in Leeds. He studied on the Foundation course in 2010 at Leeds College of Art before moving to London to study at Middlesex University for the Fine Art BA. READ MORE
Dominic Hopkinson (b. 1969) is an artist whose work addresses the connections between scientific and mathematical principles and concepts through the disciplines of drawing, sculpture and sculptural installations. READ MORE
Kaye & West
Sean Kaye and Jenny West have worked collaboratively since 2006. An investigation of the possibilities of translation, together with the employment of symmetry, reflection, inversion and doubling has become central to their practice READ MORE
Jacqueline F Kerr
The work of Jacqueline F Kerr is influenced by the art of cartography, map-making, blueprints and other similar processes used by travellers to record and document the places that they have travelled to and explored. READ MORE
Sohail Khan (b.1966) is a Northern British based artist who has, since 1983, been creating artworks that explore the boundaries between forms, institutions, audiences, cultural contexts and the means of production that lie therein. READ MORE
Michael Walker and Martyn Hill began their collaborative activities in 1999. As graduates of the Royal College of Art and Chelsea College of Art respectively, they have exhibited their lo-fi modulations nationally and internationally.
Wendy Williams works with paper and recycled materials, finding the mediums useful for several reasons. It is easy to carry, manipulate, its form can be changed, printed on, cut, dissected, but most importantly – it is disposable.