Claire Krouzecky, b. 1986 Australia, lives and works in Brooklyn, New York. Her practice spans painting, installation, performance, video and sound. Claire’s works often develop as meditations on light and air, inhabiting a space between the romantic and the conceptual. She is also part of two ongoing collaborative projects, Inter Collective and Nuclei. Claire graduated with an MFA from the Tasmanian College of the Arts in 2013 before relocating to New York to work with mentors Paul Ramirez Jonas and Caroline Woolard. She has exhibited at Creative Time Offices New York, Contemporary Art Tasmania, PICA Perth and Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery, Launceston.
Laura Hindmarsh, b. 1987 lives and works between London and Australia. Working across the disciplines of drawing, video, performance and 16mm film her practice interrogates mechanisms of production to the point of exhaustion or collapse. Her work has been exhibited at Standard Practice New York, Apiary Studios London, CCP Melbourne, Ve.Sch Vienna, TMAG Hobart, DARK MOFO Hobart, QVMAG Launceston and PICA Perth. She has undertaken studio residencies through PhotoAccess, Contemporary Art Tasmania, Big Fag Press (Sydney), Bm:ukk in Residencie (Vienna), Cite Internationale des Arts (Paris) and Asialink (Japan).