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Yana Naidenov

B 1988, Maputo, Mozambique

Lives and works London.

Yana Naidenov work develops as a series of sculptures, or material explorations, which investigate how the world is materially built and assembled. The making process is one of drawing with common-place materials (salt, dough, paper, detergent, fabric, debris), through building, compacting, or re-configuring in ways that may appear encrypted, inviting the viewer's inquiry.
Naidenov graduated from MA Sculpture, Royal College of Art in 2013. Exhibitions include Jovens Criadores, 2012, Mercado de Cascais, PT; Appropriate Response, Vulpes Vulpes, London, UK, 2012 and RCA Secrets, Gulbenkain Gallery, Royal College of Art, London, UK, 2011.


Marcus Orlandi 

B 1986 London, UK

Lives and works London.  


Marcus Orlandi is a performance and video artist and writer with a practice crossing drawing, photography, writing, film and installation themes of absurdity and juxtaposition are explored with an inherent background in the sculptural form and deadpan delivery.


Often using found materials as a starting point, the emphasis on the exploitation of time and the banality of the everyday lead to a series of works surrounding the concept of “Nothing”. Orlandi graduated from BA (Hons) Fine Art, Middlesex University, London in 2008.


Recent commissions include 3:16 at the London Word Festival, Eleanor for Chester Performs and Pre-Tape for the Camden Arts Centre.



Tom Milnes

 B 1984 Torquay, UK,

Lives and works London, UK 


"The invention and popularity of certain technologies has created an array of cultures and subcultures reliant upon the technologies allowing for their existence. The specific interchange between the progress of science and our response and adaptability to our environment provides for me a wide range of products and mass consumerables to be used as components in Milnes' work." Tom Milnes 2013 


Tom Milnes graduated from Gerrit Rietveld Academie, Sandberg Instituut: MFA Fine Art in 2011, recent exhibitions include PolderLicht Amsterdam, NL 2013 and Kioku, The Wapping Project, London, UK in 2012.

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