Selby Hurst Inglefield

Selby Hurst Inglefield (b. 1997) lives and works in London. Interview by Maria Owen. MO: Hi Selby! Can you tell me a bit about your background and what led you to your current artistic practice, particularly your tapestries? SHI: I’m from Brighton and I work and live in London. I started making my rugs in the finalContinue reading “Selby Hurst Inglefield”

Uéslei Fagundes

Interview by James OwensPublished August 15, 2019 JO: Hi Uéslei – What concepts/themes are you exploring in your practice? UF: By intertwining assorted narratives, I try to explore issues such as self-knowledge, transformation, limiting beliefs and its transmutations. Often times, we prefer to abstain from what prompts our fears or traumas. However, my work aimsContinue reading “Uéslei Fagundes”

Frances Stanfield

Interview by James OwensPublished July 18, 2019 JO: Hi Frances – What concepts/themes are you exploring in your practice?  FS: In these pieces I’m exploring power, sexuality, loss of control and attempts to regain control. JO: What is your process when making work?  FS: My routine changes day to day-sometimes I’ll get up early andContinue reading “Frances Stanfield”

Plum Cloutman

Interview by James OwensPublished July 5, 2019 JO: Hi Plum – What concepts/themes are you exploring in your practice?  PC: I’ve been preoccupied with the way language evokes imagery lately, especially in old-fashioned idioms and phrases that we don’t hear much of anymore. I found an old dictionary called Brewer’s Phrase and Fable that I’veContinue reading “Plum Cloutman”

Francisco G Pinzón Samper

The inaugural artist of The Orange Space is Francisco G Pinzón Samper. We asked him about his work with a short Q&A. Interview by James Owens. Published June 18, 2019 JO: Hi Francisco – what ideas are you exploring in your practice? FGPS: The two big ideas that surround my work are intimacy and symbols,Continue reading “Francisco G Pinzón Samper”