Contributing artists

Allan Binns is an artist/curator who lives and works in Nottingham, UK.Since graduating from Loughborough University in 2009, he has gone to found the internationally touring art collective, the 1%-ers, as well as direct the NOTLOST independent Arts Festival.

 Ben Clarkson is a Winnipeg based artist and illustrators whose work has been exhibited internationally. His favorite color is mauve.
http://www.thebenclarkson.com

Maria Cobo is an artist and curator based in Madrid.
Her outputs have included photography, drawing, print and video installation. She has curated the exhibitions ‘Heroines or Victims? Women living with cancer’ and ‘Otros caminos por explorar’, both of them as part of the photo-festival Fotomanías 2011.

DahmerStu is a solitary and private artist. living within his one bedroom attick studio. The bulk of his work, he candidly admits, is produced during regular insomneatic periods and influenced from journels, sleep deprivtaion, night terrors and suppressed memories. Contact him on dahmerstu-art@hotmail.co.uk

Adam Denton  is a performer and composer based in Sheffield. Current projects include Trans/Human, Deas & Denton and Swan-Hunter. He is co-curator of PANDEMIC, a multi-site event which takes place in Sheffield in November 2011; incorporating visual art, performance, experimental music, lectures and actions in an environment of participation, where any person can be written into the programme at any point leading up to and during the event.

Martin Heron works across the UK and Ireland making site specific art for public spaces. Heron’s approach to making art work has led to a diverse and prolific body of work that is often experimental and playful. He is currently based in Nottinghamshire.

Debi Holbrook is a Leeds based visual artist working mainly, but not exclusively in sculpture, drawing, paint and collage. Her inspiration rarely comes from one source alone – an image spotted in a magazine combined with an over heard conversation could inspire a drawing, a found object and the influence of it’s site may well result result in a sculpture. Working on gut instinct and often with a diverse combination of images  and materials her influences frequently amalgamate into an uneasy conclusion. Absence, evidence, memory and the discarded are common themes which challenge the validity of memory.Debi is currently a workshop assistant at the Hepworth Wakefield Learning Department.

@robhopesworld  Keighley UK
Livin lovin losin artist and gatherer of ephemera.
http://roberthopesworld.wordpress.com

 Emily Ilet
I am an artist and writer born in North Yorkshire and living in Glasgow after I recently graduated from The Glasgow School of Art.  I have exhibited nationally and internationally, making work which draws from a simple curiousity and the intrigue of edge.

Sohail Khan is based in Huddersfield and has been working in performance and related fields since 1984.  Themes that he explores are the process around notions of what, how and to whom culture(s) are as stories and products. He collaborates with a diverse range of artists and practitioners. He also relates his performance based practice through work in the forms of writing, film, music, installation and visual art. Sohail has performed at the National Review of Live Art and at Spill Festival National Platform.

Catherine McEwan:  Sometimes writer of poetry and short stories, novel on the back burner. Mother of four creative grownup children and grandmother to four beautiful grandchildren.

Jean McEwan: Artist and curator based in Haworth West Yorkshire. Obsessed with zines and Henry Darger in equal measure.

Calum Paterson: Born in Harrogate in 69,I blustered through school and found myself working as a projectionist before moving onto construction. After the crash and subsequent redundancy, I’ve arrived in the final year of a Fine Art degree at Leeds college of Art, specialising in Abstract sculpture, Surrealism and automatic writing with the help of Nietzsche, Jung and alcohol.

Paul Peter: words swim within me, i can only get them to flow out through pictures

Sarah Pinder lives in Toronto. A zine-maker of over a decade,
her writing has been shortlisted for the Expozine Small Press Awards and NOW Magazine’s Best of Toronto. Find her work in the
anthology She’s Shameless, journals like Room and invisible city,
and Montreal’s Distroboto art vending machines.

Tendernine are a UK based cooperative who specialise in zine activities

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