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Rachel Cheung

Rachel-CheungGoldsmiths College

Rachel Cheung is a performance and interdisciplinary artist based in London. Her practice investigates the futurologies of humans and technology in conjunction with science fictions within contemporary art. Cheung’s live performances look at the role of the human body within a science-fictional performance space; playing between ‘hard’ (physical) and ‘soft’ (virtual) spaces by using choreographic and improvised movements to activate installations, sculptures and objects.
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Cadi Froehlich

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MA Fine Art, 2013
Chelsea College of Arts
My work explores the physicality of exchanges between people, objects and material. In particular I investigate the hidden infrastructure of the interaction between these things. These are temporal interventions in the unceasing cycle of production and consumption.

 

‘Cadi’s sculptural works make a spare and considered use of material, resulting in forms and structures that combine an aesthetic sensibility with a critical understanding of everyday systems.’ – DC
www.cadifroehlich.co.uk
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Surplus (detail)

Adam Tylicki

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MA Fine Art, 2014
Central Saint Martins
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www.adamtylicki.com
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Dominic Hawgood

Dominic Hawgood

MA Photography, 2015
Royal College of Art

  

Hawgood has recently been selected for the European Photography Exhibition Award, won the British Journal of Photography International Photography Award, been chosen to participate with Catlin Guide, shortlisted for the Source-Cord Prize and nominated for reGeneration3. He has his first solo in February, followed by others with South Kiosk and PhotoIreland.
 
www.dominichawgood.com


Julie Born Schwartz

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BFA Fine Art, 2014
Royal Academy Schools
Julie Born Schwartz (b. Chicago, USA, 1981, raised in Denmark) studied at Goldsmiths and Royal Academy Schools in London. She is represented by Union Pacific in London.
Beginning with periods of extensive research and thorough engagement with a social context, particular situation or material, which strikes her, Born Schwartz’s practice is focused on constructing large scale narratives. They find their form in installations employing photography, video and sculpture.www.juliebornschwartz.com
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'Greeting Cards, Beijing, China
'Greeting Cards, Beijing, China

Tristan Barlow

'Burden'

MFA Painting, 2015
Slade School of Fine Art

Tristan Barlow, b. 1990, is an American Artist in his final year at the Slade. His work primarily includes paintings and drawings. This body of work includes a selection of drawings, made in China, as well as paintings made upon returning to the UK. The work explores notions of solitude and special construction in response to the environment that is Beijing.

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Emily Motto

"A staging of Three Figures"

BFA Fine Art, 2014

Ruskin School of Drawing & Fine ArtI make playful sculptures that perform and evolve throughout, and beyond, my creation – especially in terms of their shape, and the physicality of the unstable materials that I build them from. I am passionate about making forms that behave and engage like figures; sensual, tactile, fragile, unstable and transient.

www.emilymotto.com

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'A staging of Three Figures'

THE RED MANSION ART PRIZE EXHIBITION 2014

12th – 19th April 2014

The Royal College of Art

Dyson Building, 1 Hester Road, London, SW11 4AN

The Red Mansion Art Prize was established to promote artistic exchange between China and the UK.

During the summer of 2013, the talented winners of the Red Mansion Art Prize travelled to China for one month. They were given studio space and the opportunity to live and work alongside local artists with flights, accommodation and a spending allowance provided for them.

An exhibition of the works produced by the students over this time is being held at The Royal College of Art from Saturday 12th to Saturday 19th April, including the weekend. The opening times of the exhibition are 12:00 to 17:00.

The judges of the 2013 Red Mansion Art Prize were Tessa Jackson (Chief Executive, INIVA), Stephanie Rosenthal (Chief Curator at the Hayward Gallery), Alison Turnbull (Artist) and Nicolette Kwok (Director of the Red Mansion Foundation).

The exhibition will feature work by the 2013 winners:

Ghazaleh Avarzamani          Central Saint Martins

Tom Railton                           Chelsea College of Art & Design

Sung Eun Chin                      Goldsmiths College

Caroline Abbotts                   The Royal Academy Schools

Abigail Sidebotham               The Royal College of Art

Jakob Rowlinson                   The Ruskin School of Drawing and Fine Art

Imran Peretta                        The Slade School of Fine Art

Red Mansion Art Prize Exhibition details

Click here to see photographs from the Private View


Exhibition 2013


All images curtsey of John Sturrock