Naomi Andrée Campbell’s interdisciplinary practice explores natural systems of the body, its environment and how this is subjectively translated through our senses, employing a wide variety of techniques and materials ranging from X-rays to ice to paint. Campbell’s malleable worlds inspire and connect in, as much as create gaps through, a layered look at memory, perception, identity and permanence as constructs that guide her practice and philosophy. Campbell subverts expectation, forcing questions to arise rather than providing answers. A background in art and science prompted the adoption of this open-ended approach intrinsic to her work. Continually questioning the world through the changing lens of global conditions has resulted in a range of work discussing long-standing investigations into areas of environmental science.
Naomi Andrée Campbell (born in Montreal, Canada) lives and works in Brooklyn. Campbell’s work is found in permanent public collections including the MTA Arts for Transit, New York and The New York Public Library. She has contributed to American Artist, Artscape and Linea Art Journal and her work has been included in numerous publications including Art Students League of New York on Painting. Campbell has exhibited at Denise Bibro Fine Arts, New York; Asian Contemporary Art Fair, New York; Museum of Fine Arts, Croatia and represented by Yellow Peril Gallery at SCOPE Miami and New York. She is a visiting critic at Vytlacil Residency Program and has been a guest speaker at Lehman College and Pratt Institute, and an instructor at the Art Students League of New York since 2007.naomicampbellartprojects.com
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Focused in the psychological space of the gaze, Lourdes Correa-Carlo highlights the physical and intellectual complexities generated within her interaction with the built environment.
Born in San Juan and living in New York City, Lourdes earned a Master of Fine Arts in Sculpture from Yale University and participated in different settings with the following institutions: The Poly/Graphic Triennial in San Juan, Real Art Ways, Bronx Museum, Art Center South Florida, Julius Caesar in Chicago, The Core Program Museum of Fine Arts Houston, Beta Local, Agustin Ferreyra Gallery, Galería Comercial, and M & M Proyectos.
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Mark Hilton’s practice is driven by a fascination with the passage between the impossible and the inevitable.
Mark Hilton has exhibited widely, including Darren Knight Gallery, Sydney; National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne; Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney; Australian Centre of Contemporary Art, Melbourne; Canberra Contemporary Art Spaces, Canberra; Galerie Petronas, Kuala Lumpur; The Ian Potter Museum of Art, Melbourne and Careof, Milano. He has undertaken several residencies, including at Viafarini Galerie, Milano, Gertrude Contemporary, Melbourne and CoLab Projects, Texas. In 2014 the Michael Buxton Collection published Dontworry, examining Hilton’s practice with a key focus on his sculptural work with essays by Dr Chris McAuliffe, Maria Tumarkin and Jarrod Rawlins.