Kelly Culver is an artist living in East Leeds and studio/committee member of artist-led space Serf. She has been involved with numerous art projects working within the Leeds community and in various galleries across the UK.
Zoë is a curator and creative practitioner based between Leeds and Birmingham, where she currently works as Offsite Curator for Eastside Projects, developing public realm programmes and projects such as Susan Philipsz’ Station Clock. She previously worked at Project Space Leeds and The Tetley from 2007-17, and in recent years has worked on commissions and solo exhibitions with artists including Joseph Buckley, Jessie Flood-Paddock, Dora Garcia, Lubaina Himid, Simeon Barclay and Rehana Zaman, alongside a number of large-scale group and solo exhibitions and events. Independently, she initiated theartmarket + Kunstfreund Gallery in Leeds from 2006-12, and from 2011 has been a Co-founder and Director of practitioner-led collective Mexico.
Judith is an artist and a Senior Lecturer in the School of Design at the University of Leeds. Her work explores the meeting of social history, personal memory and geography; it investigates their relationship through drawing, painting and writing. She has a long-term collaboration with the radical landscape poet Harriet Tarlo, and has exhibited widely. She co-convenes the networks Land2 and Mapping Spectral Traces and is represented by Contemporary British Painting.