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New Wolf exhibition - Re:Thinking a City

New Wolf exhibition – Re:Thinking a City

Exhibition open Mon-Sat 11am-6pm Thursday evening drinks 6pm-9:30pm From June 11 – 16 2012 – The New Wolf’s online forum is made physical. Re:Thinking a City features a selection of works featured in the Observatory, our online gallery of up-and-coming artists from around the world, as well as written articles with...
Jessica Lloyd Jones

Jessica Lloyd Jones

Merging art, science and technology, Jessica Lloyd-Jones’ energy-inspired sculpture and installations manipulate materials and light to reveal new perspectives on the world in which we live. Questioning the boundary between science fiction and fact, much of her artwork investigates a range of subject matter relating to natural phenomena including bioelectricity, bioluminescence,...
Caroline Jane Harris - part 2

Caroline Jane Harris – part 2

A follow up selection from one last month’s featured artists. See her other work here.
Christopher Locke

Christopher Locke

When Christopher Locke isn’t teaching, he’s busy making something out of nothing. He spent his formative years in and around Washington DC, immersed in art, history, and science. After graduating from the George Washington University, he moved to Austin to pursue a career in art, which has recently evolved into a career...
Lisa Birch

Lisa Birch

‘My work revolves around the thought process, imagination, memory, the senses and other actions which take place within the human mind. I am interested in changing thought and heard speech into forms and how people would see words if they were to be visualised, this sparked the idea to create...
Brian Mock

Brian Mock

“I grew up in Portland, Oregon. My artistic spark was ignited at an early age, fueled by the organic beauty of the Northwest. I’ve been drawing, painting and sculpting for as long as I can remember, but in the last ten years I’ve focused on refining my work with exclusively...
Caroline Jane Harris

Caroline Jane Harris

Caroline creates an aesthetically informed consciousness of the beauty of the detail in organic nature, extracting and exploiting composite forms. She is fascinated by the phenomena of nature; the endless geometric symmetries found in all levels of existence. From formations in trees a perception of occurring simultaneous shapes is created;...
Sonja Hinrichsen

Sonja Hinrichsen

Sonja Hinrichsen examines urban and natural environments through exploration and research. She is interested in the intersection between place and human perception thereof, throughout history. Her work manifests in immersive video installations and interventions in nature. As an artist she feels the responsibility to address subject matters society tends to...
Steve Mills

Steve Mills

Every child drew when young, though Mills requested a pencil over crayons to get better detail. This fascination with detail became his calling card. He sold his first drawing at the age of 11 and has been selling ever since. He helped pay for his college degree by drawing yachts...