stefanie blum

Stephanie and Niall's work primarily using painting and sculptural installation to respond to the idiosyncrasies of specific spaces. The installation element of their practice questions the way in which the human body encounters architecture and for this project the sculpture responds to the stained glass windows in Trinity Apse.
The paintings use as their starting point themes connected to censorship, war victims, and the breakdown, or pixilation, of the image within digital means of communication.

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elaine cheng

Elaine's work is drawn from the musique concrète tradition in which the sound of objects form the composition. More commonly known as electroacoustic music, these pieces were first showcased in Newcastle University's Culture Lab in 2015.


Anthi Kyriacou

Performances are structured between two sets of norms: everyday spontaneous interactions and acting. They happen within a specific space-time. The audience can describe them, identify the artist’s aim and what they conceived. The best way to document a performance piece is in pictures but their experience can never be transmitted or documented completely, it lives within its spectators. This is why  performances are awkward to work around in group exhibitions.


Michael Kay Terence's practice combines minimalist sculptural forms with video and contains an element of performance. By stripping away the unnecessary he forces us to focus on our own reality with a sense of wit and irony. Other thematic interest include; the material, the void and raising questions about the nature of the artwork. The artworks must not be constrained by the authors intended meaning, imbued at its creation, but in the mind of the viewer and the context in which they experience the work.

Michael Kay Terence


Stephanie and Niall's work primarily using painting and sculptural installation to respond to the idiosyncrasies of specific spaces. The installation element of their practice questions the way in which the human body encounters architecture and for this project the sculpture responds to the stained glass windows in Trinity Apse.
The paintings use as their starting point themes connected to censorship, war victims, and the breakdown, or pixilation, of the image within digital means of communication.

Niall Stevenson