Abu Hamdan, Lawrence

Abu Hamdan, Lawrence

Artist

Lawrence Abu Hamdan is a ‘private ear’, an artist who investigates sound.

Akomfrah, John

Akomfrah, John

Artist

John Akomfrah’s works are characterised by their investigations into memory, post-colonialism, temporality and aesthetics and often explores the experiences of migrant diasporas globally.

Brook Andrew

Brook Andrew

Artist

Artist, curator and writer Brook Andrew’s practice is grounded in his perspective as a Wiradjuri and Celtic person with matrilineal kinship from the Kalar Midday (land of the three rivers) of the Wiradjuri people in Australia.

Rabah, Khalil

Rabah, Khalil

Artist

Khalil Rabah is best known for rewriting and inventing history. Emerging from his deep involvement and background in architecture, his works aim to provide an alternative vision that challenges public perceptions and expectations.

Rachid Koraïchi

Rachid Koraïchi

Artist

Contemporary artist Rachid Koraichi’s work is influenced by a fascination with signs: symbols, glyphs and ciphers drawn from a variety of languages and cultures.

Sarkissian, Hrair

Sarkissian, Hrair

Artist

Hrair Sarkissian’s photographs reflect on personal memories, using subjectivity as a way to navigate stories that official histories are unable to tell. Using traditional documentary techniques in large-scale works, he engages the viewer in a profound consideration of what lies behind the surface of the images, thereby re-evaluating larger historical or social narratives.