Ken McMullen is an award-winning film director and artist living currently in London. His feature films are distributed world wide, his documentaries broadcast extensively and his art works exhibited in leading contemporary art galleries in Europe, The United States and the Far East. Whilst his primary studio is in London he has been working in the CERN Prototype Workshop in Geneva and in Greece and Lisbon. Ken McMullen is an artist who became a filmmaker, and his films are both cinematic and painterly. He works intuitively and visually, with his films grounded in philosophy, history, psychoanalysis and literature. McMullen’s exhibition Signatures of the Invisible brought together artists and scientists working at CERN, the European particle physics facility near Geneva, and was shown at Centre de Edition Contemporaine, Geneve, the Museu Gulbenkian, Lisbon and at PS1 MOMA New York.
Oliver Abraham, born in Cologne in 1972, studied from 2001 to 2004 at the School for Photography„Fotografie am Schiffbauerdamm“ in Berlin under Prof. Arno Fischer. He works with an 8 x 10 inch large format camera and since 2004 has been photographing contemporary artists, musicians and actors. After photographing Julian Assange at the Ecuadorian embassy in London, he started a project photographing whistleblowers, activists, and journalists- ‚Freedom of Speech’- which was shown in Cologne at Galerie Julian Sander and at the Paris Photo at the Grand Palais.
What is sculpture? What do you want it to be? I DO NOT KNOW. YOU TELL ME. You asked the bloody question; I was hoping that you would be happy looking with your eyes. Now you want to look with your ears. Next you’ll be asking me if it’s any good or not, and that’s like explaining the taste of a lemon to a baby.
Cedric Christie lives and works in London. His work is a critical appraisal of colour and modernism, as well as the exploration of the journey to form and meaning.
Cedric is represented by Rocket Gallery, London.