Artists Wesam Al Asali, FRAUD and Nastassja Simensky come together to bring a critical framing to the concept of preservation. Embracing different methodologies and spanning diverse contexts – from the Syrian conflict, to pre and postindustrial England – their practices shed light on issues of accountability, agency, power and ownership.
Claire Blundell Jones
Claire Blundell Jones makes use of the tumbleweed - that notorious trope of the Western movie - as a symbol of alienation, undertaking walks with them that invoke desolation, awkwardness, embarrassment and tension.
Claire Blundell Jones is an artist who lives in London. She makes drawings, videos, performances and bookworks to explore the themes of intimacy and alienation. She supports this practice through teaching part time.