19th of August
Hollie Miller is a performance artist working across live and recorded contexts. She has presented her work nationally and internationally in the UK, Europe, Argentina and Japan in contemporary art galleries, museums and outdoors. She has an MA in Performance from RCA and initial conservatoire training in dance and somatic practice.
In a recently launched monograph on her work, Self Etc., the writer Dominic Johnson says; "Anne Bean is a noted international figure who has been working actively since the 1960s. The art of Anne Bean makes strange our sense of time, memory, language, the body, and identity, particularly through solo and collaborative performances along a vital continuum between art and life."
Poppy Jackson is a visual artist & “leader in women’s activism” (NGO Aarogya Seva), making work that explores the female body as an autonomous zone. The artist works in performance, painting, sculpture and printmaking: public space, the body, site and architecture are key research areas. Jackson’s performances employ the impact & power of the live body & have excited discussion worldwide on the body in art (being disseminated in, for example, The New York Times, The Guardian & The Independent.