James L. Marshall
James L. Marshall is an Australian artist who graduated with an MFA at the South Australian School of Art Architecture and Design in 2011. His current practice reflects a range of influences including cinema, the monumental and the uncanny. He filters these concerns through reductive processes to ultimately comment on the human condition. Marshall has exhibited in solo and group exhibitions throughout Australia. Beyond Australia he has exhibited in Sweden and Los Angeles and presented his research in Oxford, England at the Fourth Global Conference of Fear, Horror and Terror. Marshall also initiated the FILMCLVB program at FELTspace and has facilitated various exhibitions focusing on the confluences between film and art. He is currently living and working in Los Angeles.
Patrick Rees is an interdisciplinary artist currently based in Los Angeles, California, who investigates the concepts of ‘refinement’ and the ‘rarefied’ in contemporary visual art discourse and the way in which these concepts feature in broader modes of attributing value and meaning to objects and ideas. He holds Honors degrees in performance and screen studies from Flinders University and visual arts from the University of South Australia. Recent group exhibitions have included Boxcopy, Next Wave Festival, Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia, BLINDSIDE Gallery, Melbourne (forthcoming) and Co/Lab Art Fair, Los Angeles. In 2012 he has had solo exhibitions at FELTspace, Adelaide, Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia - Project Space and the Australian Experimental Arts Foundation - Odradek.
Theis Wendt is a Copenhagen (DK) based artist, currently living and working in Los Angeles. His latest installations have been investigating recent developments in the potentiality of the image and it’s relationship to technology, phenomenology, economy and the concept of “disciplinary power”. Theis Wendt graduated from the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in 2008 and has since then exhibited in various cities around the world such as Basel, Istanbul, Bergen, Cologne, Hanoi, Stockholm and Malmo. Wendt is represented in major collections as Københavns Billedkunstudvalg, and Nykredit. In 2013 Wendt will show his work at The Torrance Art Museum (L.A) and Traneudstillingen (DK) and will travel to Paris to undertake a residency at Cité Internationale des Arts.