Interview with Aeneas Bastian, on the occasion of the forthcoming opening of his new gallery in Berlin
I managed to catch up with Aeneas Bastian and ask him some questions ahead of the opening of their new gallery space in Berlin.
Jule Korneffel Interview – “I massage the paint in, and through adding and over-layering, the painting’s final form is cast.”
German-born, New York-based artist Jule Korneffel recently sat down with curator Hector Campbell to discuss her move to New York and time at Hunter College, her art historical and academic influences, her physical painting process and her upcoming solo exhibition All that kale at the new Claas Reiss Gallery
Daniel David Freeman Interview – “Could GET A LIFE entice previously plain-clothed art enthusiasts to wear more branded clothing?”
London based artist Daniel David Freeman recently sat down with Hector Campbell to discuss his background in graphic design, his experience at Chelsea College of Art, his fascination with Andrew Graham-Dixon and his ‘imaginary’ clothing brand GET A LIFE.
Florence Sweeney was born in Belgium, raised in Essex, and studied Fine Art in Bournemouth before making her way to London where she now lives and works. She recently made the decision to turn one of the bedrooms in her house into an art studio, where she currently works outside of her job as a Location Scout for film.
Interview with Maria Pilotto after her participation at Whatever it Takes (A Plus A gallery, Venice)
I met with Maria Pilotto on the occasion of her participation in Whatever it Takes (A Plus A gallery, Venice).
Jing Su Interview – “I reflect on women’s intimate struggles with the male medical gaze, both psychologically and physically”
Chinese born, London based artist Jing Su recently sat down with Hector Campbell to discuss her experience of arts education, her GIVE series of moving image artworks, her interest in the philosophy of ‘self-care’ and what she would have exhibited at her physical MA degree show.
We managed to catch up with five of the exhibiting artists for a quick overview about them their work and what they will be exhibiting at Five Hides here we have Anousha Payne .
Canadian-British artist Andrew Salgado is known for his brightly-coloured, largely-figurative paintings that draw as much influence from art history as they do from the vernacular. His solo show Strange Weather opens with Beers London on Saturday the 17th of October
Five Hides is an exhibition presented by curatorial platform Thorp Stavri, supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England and through the continued support of Projekt and us! FAD Magazine. We managed to catch up with five of the exhibiting artists for a quick overview about them their work and what they will be exhibiting at Five Hides here we have Ally Rosenberg.
We managed to catch up with five of the exhibiting artists for a quick overview about them their work and what they will be exhibiting at Five Hides the first artist is Textile & Performance Artist Enam Gbewonyo.
Elliot Fox Interview – “The transcendent headspace you find in making is so similar to that of a hedonistic one”
London based artist Elliot Fox recently sat down with Hector Campbell to discuss his interest in alternative means of communication, his latest publication, his inclusion in Collective Ending HQ’s upcoming member’s exhibition and his current solo exhibition Idol Hands.
FAD managed to have a quick chat with the winners of the MullenLowe NOVA awards 2020 here we have Sandra Poulson from the BA Fashion Print course at Central Saint Martins who was the overall winner of the MullenLowe NOVA award plus the YourNOVA award voted for by the public.
FAD managed to have a quick chat with the winners of the MullenLowe NOVA awards 2020 here we have Joseph Standing from the MA Industrial Design course at Central Saint Martins
FAD managed to have a quick chat with the winners of the MullenLowe NOVA awards 2020 here we have Mathilde Rougier from the BA Fashion Design Womenswear course at Central Saint Martins
FAD managed to have a quick chat with the winners of the Mullenlowe NOVA awards 2020 first up we have Jahnavi Inniss from the BA Graphic Communication Design course at Central Saint Martins who won the Unilever #Unstereotype award.
Gillies Adamson Semple Interview – “I found that an absence of discernible scripture meant that symbols and images became more important than language”
Scottish born, London-based artist Gillies Adamson Semple recently sat down with art historian, writer and curator Hector Campbell to discuss his experience of artist residencies, his approach to curation, his return to art education and his current exhibition project springseason, which runs at Fieldworks in London Fields until September 10th.