Emma Hedditch (b. 1972, UK) is an artist and writer based in South London, who often works collaboratively with other artists and groups of individuals with an interest in process over products. Heavily influenced by politicalized conceptual practice and feminism, her work often forms collectively produced films, fanzines as well as ‘social situations’ such as workshops, screenings and events.
Jimmy Roberts (b. 1975, France) studied at Goldsmiths’ College (London), was a resident artist at the Rijksacademie (Amsterdam) and recently showed his work at the Tate Britain (London), Centre Pompidou (Paris) and Stedelijk Museum (Amsterdam). His works create a dialogue between various elements, bringing together film, drawing, text, collage, installation and performance to explore the performative potential of materials, amongst which the body becomes an applicable object.
Emily Roysdon (b. 1977, USA) is an artist and founding editor of the collectively published art journal LTTR (Lesbians To The Rescue). Originally trained in International Politics, she has developed an interdisciplinary practice that uses video, drawings, photographs, performance and text.