New Expressions 3 Artists
BAFTA award-winning audio recordist Chris Watson has worked with the BBC on many of their best-known natural history productions including Tweet of the Day, Frozen Planet and The Life of Birds.
Emma Smith has a social practice that is both research and production based and responds to site-specific issues.
John Wood & Paul Harrison
John Wood and Paul Harrison explore the physical and psychological parameters of the world around them through a series of immaculately constructed video works, informative and uninformative text pieces, drawings, doodles and half thoughts, and quite useful sculptures.
Born in West Bromwich, raised from the age of 8 in Birmingham, and now based in Plymouth, Keith Harrison challenges preconceptions about the use and practice of ceramics.
Philip Eglin’s ceramics reflect and comment on contemporary culture.
Poolman & Rowe
Chris Poolman (b.Oxford, 1980) and Elizabeth Rowe (b.
Sean Griffiths is Professor of Architecture at the University of Westminster.
Artist Uta Kogelsberger is working with Cumbria Museum Consortium as part of New Expressions 3..
Yelena Popova makes painting installations and video.