Simon Starling is fascinated by the processes involved in transforming one object or substance into another. He makes objects, installations, and pilgrimage-like journeys which draw out an array of ideas About nature, technology and economics. Starling describes his work as ‘the physical manifest
Scott King trained as a graphic designer. He worked as Art Director of i-D magazine and went on to become Creative Director of Sleazenation, for which he was awarded 'Best Cover' and 'Best Designed Feature of the Year' prizes. King occasionally produces work under the banner 'CRASH!' with writer and
The Brazilian artist Rivane Neuenschwander shares this laconic understanding of constant change. Her work is quietly transformative; and previous readings have focused on such themes as digestion and cultural cannibalism.
With a deft attention to materials, Neuenschwander develops a set of simple