Hans Askheim is an artist and curator. In 2012 he curated Uncertain Triolectics, at Skånes Konstförening, Malmö, presenting works by Cevdet Erek and Edwin Burdis. He has previously curated exhibitions at MOT International, London and at Betonsalon, Paris. In 2014 his paintings will be on show at Gavlak, West Palm Beach.

Tom Keogh comes from an architectural and fine art background. He is based in Izmir, Turkey, where he is teaching history of art and design at Izmir Ekonomi Univeritesi.
He has curated exhibitions at the Project Art Centre and Arthouse in Dublin, Galeria dels Angels, Barcelona, and Whitechapel Project Space, London. He also set up and ran the project space Meals & SUVs in London from 2005 to 2008.

Miranda Pope is a curator and a doctoral researcher at Goldsmiths looking into ecology and its relationship to art and politics. She was also an associate curator with the Arts Catalyst, editing a monograph on the work of Brandon Ballengée. She was project manager for Curating Architecture, a research initiative run by the curating department at Goldsmiths.


Sophie MacCorquodale
is a London-based artist and film maker whose practice is influenced by social realism, anthropology and documentary. Inspired by social relations, human resilience and concepts surrounding anticipation and hope, her practice sets out to capture individual narratives within settings that are temporary, awaiting reform or a dramatic turn of fate. She is interested in notions of escapism, idealistic projection and personal experience particularly in relation to social, political and cultural aspiration. Her work has been shown internationally, with recent solo exhibitions at Manchester Art Gallery, Manchester and Casino Luxembourg, Luxembourg.