Tenth edition of KPS | Klara Vith & Paul Wardski
The tenth issue of KPS is What goes in stays in, Inexplicable squiggly lines & Filling every available corner with as much as possible by Klara Vith & Paul Wardski
Klara Vith is an Austrian artist currently based in London. She graduated with an MA in Book Arts from Camberwell College of Arts in 2018. Recent exhibitions include: Reverting To Type 2 (2020), Standpoint Gallery, London; False Friends (2020), The Function Suite, London; Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2019 (2019-2020), South London Gallery & Leeds Art Gallery; Edition Residencies: Now Look For a Marshmallow Under A Rock (2019), APT Gallery, London; Algorithmic Superstructures (2018), IMPAKT Festival, Utrecht, NL. Klara is Co-founder of Edition Residencies, a migratory residency project formed in 2017 together with Caitlin Akers, Nora Schmel and Lena Wurz, connected by London but currently living and working in different cities. Paul Wardski is an artist born and residing in London. He graduated with an MA in Printmaking from Camberwell College of Arts. Recent exhibitions include: Reverting To Type 2 (2020), Standpoint Gallery London; Crossover (2019), The Auction Collective, Candid Arts Angel, London; Clifford Chance Award (2018), Clifford Chance, London; Windows (2018) & Flock (2018), both GX Gallery, London; Intermission (2017), Standpoint Gallery, London. He has received numerous awards including Clifford Chance Postgraduate Printmaking Award, Limerick Printmakers Residency, Bartolomeu Dos Santos Residency and East London Printmakers as well as Bainbridge studio awards. In 2020, Klara and Paul formed the collaborative p_e_a_k_a_y_.