Adam Kossoff is an artist and writer based in London. His moving image work addresses and questions the relationship of the moving image to different spatial and technological contexts.
Previous and upcoming exhibitions and screenings include P3, London (2008), “Claremorris Open”, Ireland (2008), Wolverhampton Art Gallery (2008), “New Creativity”, Connecticut, USA, (2008), “Diversions”, Edinburgh Film House (2008), “Angles of Projection”, Chelsea College of Art and Design (2006) “Moving Frame” Gulbenkian Gallery, Royal College of Art (2006), “Experiments in the Moving Image”, Westminster University (2004), “Framed Space” 2 Willow Road, London (2004), “Rigmarole”, Café Gallery, London (2004), CCA, Glasgow (2003), Architectural Association (2002) “East International”, Norwich (2001)
Kossoff is currently Senior Lecturer in Video at the School of Art and Design, University of Wolverhampton. He recently completed a PhD at the Royal College of Art examining Place and Space and the Moving Image; “On Terra Firma, Space, Place and the Moving Image” is being published by Vdm Verlag. The conference proceedings from “Angles of Projection” were published in Filmwaves (issue 28). Other essays include “Exposing The Line In Film” for Limited Language.org and “124 Minutes, Harrison and Wood”, Ffotogallery, Cardiff, 2006.
Ian Kiaer is a fine artist living and working in London. Well known for his complex and fragile installations, Kiaer’s work examines human relationships to the built environment, through architectural models and experimentation with scale. Kiaer has exhibited widely, at the 10th International Istanbul Biennial, Istanbul, (2007), “European Triennial of Small-Size Sculpture”, Murska Sobota, Slovenia (2007), 4th Berlin Biennial for Contemporary Art, Berlin (2006), The British School at Rome (2005), 50th Venice Biennale, Venice (2003), “Manifesta 3”, Ljubljana (2000) His ongoing series of work, the “Endless House Projects” is also the subject of his recently completed PhD from the Royal College of Art, “Endless House: Methods of Thought for Dwelling.”