Emer O'Brien is an artist working with photography, and a recent graduate of Goldsmiths College MA Image and Communication program. In 2001, O'Brien received the Fuji Student award during her tuition at The London College of Fashion. Featured in 'Don't Think Just Shoot' (2002) by Phaidon, and reviewed by Design Week. A recent award winner at 'The Art of Stitch 2003', a European based exhibition of contemporary textiles and embroidery.
Claire Greenshaw was born in Wales and grew up in the Canadian prairies. She received her BFA from the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design in 2002. Claire currently lives and works in Toronto where she is the assistant director/resident artist at sis boom bah gallery.
Sunny Kerr is an artist and musician living in Toronto. His video and audio work feels around in the dark for matches. He has written for Contemporary magazine, programmed for Toronto's Images festival and is a member of the Pleasure Dome film and video programming collective. He is currently the managing editor of PUBLIC art journal.
Andrew McAllister is a video artist, musician and designer. A recent graduate of the Goldsmiths College, University of London, UK, McAllister for the past six months has been locating a modern sublime in the contemporary urban landscape using a video-camera. Recently exhibitions include Response/Ability at Oxo Tower, South Bank, London and screening at FotoFestival Naarden, Netherlands.
Larissa Fassler is an artist, working mainly in photography and video, whose work focuses on documenting interactions with the public through structured events. She recently exhibited in Bootleg, Spitalfields Market and in the EV+A 2003 Exhibition in Limerick, Ireland. In 2002, Fassler had solo shows at YYZ Artists' Outlet, Toronto and at Westernfront Gallery, Vancouver. Recently completing her MA in Fine Arts at Goldsmiths College, Fassler now lives and works in London and Berlin.
Ian Stewart (Toronto, 1975) is a PhD candidate in digital music composition at Londons City University, studying with Denis Smalley. His music has been performed and broadcast around the world, and has received awards and mentions in several national and international competitions. Most of his recent work has been in collaboration with visual artists and filmmakers, and he has created music for films and installations by Antonio Rego, Jeremy Boxen, Mark Formanek, Larissa Fassler, and Antonia Low. He is on the board of directors of the Canadian Electroacoustic Community, and is the film editor for Contemporary Magazine.