Judit is a curator and researcher currently based in York. In the last ten years she worked on projects in archival, educational, gallery, artist-led and social contexts and curated colloquia, symposia, exhibitions, online projects, performances and residencies. She published about contemporary art archives, performance art history and its relationship to documentation and the role of university galleries in teaching and learning. She is interested in alternative models of art education, collaboration and collectivity, ephemeral and marginal art practices and how these practices enter (or not) into the mainstream histories of art.
Emma is an artist and writer based in Leeds. Her work has re-imagined site and landscape as metaphorical repository for personal and collective emotional experience. Narratives of physical, sexual and psychic danger are revealed and disguised via problematised romantic sensibilities. She is currently exploring possibilities and tactics for using drawing, research, and writing as performance, to inform the tangible outcomes such as drawing, installation and object.
Tom is an artist and photographer based in York. He is interested in the use of images and aesthetics to affect perception and accepted notions of beauty. Through the observation of detail and atmosphere, his photographic work deals with the emotional resonance that particular spaces have and the possibility of depicting the psychological content of such spaces to encourage personal and audience based interpretation.