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Paul Digby: The Imagined City

Leeds based artist, Paul Digby is curating a drawing and painting show at the Corn Exchange featuring work by Leeds artists who have responded to the city before, during and after lockdown.

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Maria Mollohan: Not a degree show

Maria Mollohan is a mature student and was studying printmaking on the 4th year of a degree course in Contemporary Art at GMIT Centre for Creative Arts and Media when lockdown happened, leaving her without access to the equipment that she needed to create her work.

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The Cultural Institute: Beyond Measure?

The Cultural Institute forges partnerships between the University of Leeds and creative and cultural partners, for research, engagement & student opportunity. We thrive on ideas from the creative and cultural sector, and nurture partnership between arts professionals, researchers and students from all disciplines.

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Laura Reid: Imaginary Opera

Laura Reid is a composer and writes music that fuses instrumental, acoustic and pre-recorded sounds. She also founded 'Imaginary Opera' during lockdown, to create new work, and collaborate on a project with writer, Christine Aziz, actress and singer, Sèverine Howell-Meri, violinist, Fenella Humphreys, animator and designer, Martha King and consultant producer, Angharad Cooper.

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Stella Tooth: Beyond the Door

Stella Tooth is a portrait artist making paintings of musicians who are currently unable to perform in venues due to the pandemic.

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Liliana Zaharia: On a scale from 1 to 10

Liliana Zaharia is a fine art photographer, interested in the everyday life, identity and belonging. Her latest multidisciplinary project, 'On a scale from 1 to 10' explores the representation of physical pain.

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Stepanka Facerova: There are Pictures because there are Walls

Stepanka Facerova is a multidisciplinary artist based in Cambridge UK. She mainly works with sculpture and installation. By building installations she creates different worlds; worlds which are often dominated by what is seemingly uninteresting, overlooked or forgotten. She questions our social habits, the necessity of routine as well as the need for a constant change. Her practice involves using materials as varied as wood, plaster, glass, clay and paper. She is also interested in finding new ways of using traditional canvas.

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Pippa Malik: Isolation Creations

Pippa Malik is a needle felt landscape artist, working from a corner of a room in London, surrounded by varying lengths of recycled yarn and wool tops. After initially working in glass design (sometimes stained, mostly slumped and sandblasted), Pippa spent 20 years in fashion before discovering a love for textiles and somehow ending up in needle felting.

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Ladan Ghiami: Journeys, Renewal, Rebirth, and Transformations

Ladan Ghiami is a British-Iranian abstract painter working from her home studio in North East London. Her work explores emotional states and inner journeys where the possibility for transformation is always within reach.

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alabamathirteen: Warped Threads

alabamathirteen is a largely self-taught, working-class, disabled artist from Leeds. Increasingly her work is focused on her own personal limitations, navigating and negotiating the spaces and places she occupies as a disabled woman.

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Nicola Davison Reed: Our Town in Lockdown

Nicola Davison Reed is a photographer based in a natural light studio in the Midlands, specialising in family portraiture, weddings and artist/creatives folios to fund her personal street and conceptual photography.

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Hemavathy Guha: Pandemic Migration

Hemavathy Guha is a visual artist and writer and has been practicing for more than 25 years. Originally trained in painting and printmaking, she worked in intaglio and woodcut at the Garhi artists village in New Delhi, before shifting towards painting and concept-based works. Her practice now also incorporates community art projects and short films.

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Tara Leaver: A Moving Stillness

Tara Leaver is an abstract landscape artist working in mixed media from her garden studio by the sea in Cornwall. Her paintings explore the sensory experiences of immersion in wild nature, in particular the sea. Her work has been exhibited in Cornwall, Sussex and the Cotswolds, and is owned by collectors all over the world.

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Suzie Devey: Positive Space

Suzie Devey is a printmaker and her practice responds to her local surroundings of the North York Moors National Park. She works primarily in linocut but also enjoys experimenting and mixing up printmaking techniques. She often works collaboratively and this has inspired her latest project, Positive Space, which evolved out of the challenges faced by artists due to the pandemic.

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Radomír Dvořák: Umění za času koronaviru (Art in the Time of Coronavirus)

Radomír Dvořák's work consists mainly of sculptures made of wood and stone, but he also occasionally works with other materials, such as bronze, copper, concrete, paper and textiles. His practice is characterised by a permanent search for new shapes and subsequent experimentation. He is influenced by historical patterns, whilst incorporating his own artistic views.

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Stuart Murphy: Coffin Ships & Cholera Pits

Stuart Murphy mainly works in drawing, assemblage, sculpture, collage, painting, and text, with the majority of materials being either inexpensive, free, re-purposed or salvaged. Initially due to cost restraints, this low budget use of materials has now become a staple and important aspect of the work.

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Maureen Nathan: Covid Covers

Originally from the west coast of Canada, Maureen Nathan is now based between London and Dorset. Her work has been shown with the Royal Society of Portrait Painters, the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, Wells Art Contemporary, and the Royal West of England Academy Open Exhibitions. Compelled by character and atmosphere, she embraces the details, leaving traces or texture under the paint, ink or paper like a memory trail.

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Kate Walters: The Still Unravished Bride

Kate Walters studied Fine Art at Brighton University. In February 2019, she had a solo show and book launch at Arusha Gallery in Edinburgh. Another exhibition of new paintings will be held at Arusha in a year or so. Kate is currently working in oil paint, and is enjoying spending a year exploring this medium again.

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Emma Brassington: Masked Movement Ritual

Emma Jane Brassington trained as an anthropologist and works as an artist and mask maker. Emma draws from ethnographic experiences and research methods to inform and produce multimedia artworks.

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Hisba Brimah: Mindful Transformations

Hisba Brimah is passionate about abstract art and is continually finding new ways to work with shapes and materials. Architecture, art history, textiles, and different cultures are among the most important themes in her work and these are continually referred to in her sketchbooks and outcomes.

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