Interview: In The Studio With Pioneering Jewellery Artist Wallace Chan

Jewellery artist and material innovator, Wallace Chan’s insatiable curiosity has led to the creation of numerous inventions including: The Wallace Cut, an illusionary three-dimensional carving technique conceived in 1987; the mastery of titanium in jewellery making; a patented jadeite luminosity-enhancing technology; and most recently, The Wallace Chan Porcelain, a material five times stronger than steel….

Interview: Gray Wielebinski On Investigating Myth Making And Gender In Their New Show ‘Dark Air’

Currently open and running until 2 August 2019 at Deptford’s newly established SEAGER Gallery, Dark Air, curated by Martin Mayorga and Vanessa Murrell from DATEAGLE ART, platforms the work of American artist and recent Slade graduate, Gray Wielebinski. Wielebinski’s work focuses on the transitory space that exists between concrete labels and what these ambiguous lacunae…

Interview: In The Studio With Wesley Berryman

Championed by Beyoncé, Gaga, and FKA Twigs, among other eminent artists, designer Wesley Berryman presented his first runway show, entitled Electric Fashion Opera, at New York Fashion Week last season to a thrilled audience. With an uncompromising DIY approach, Berryman has successfully garnered an impressive online audience, encompassing a diverse set of fans. Hailing from…

Interview: Gallerist Stephan Tanbin Sastrawidjaja On Establishing Project Native Informant

Founded in 2013 by Stephan Tanbin Sastrawidjaja, London-based gallery Project Native Informant has garnered a reputation for platforming a diverse and progressive roster of artists through inventive exhibitions and events. Sastrawidjaja earned his PhD in comparative literature at Columbia University, going on to commence an internship at Paula Cooper Gallery. After working for two private…

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