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The Shortlist

+ Liu Chang

MA from the Interactive Telecommunication Program
New York University Tisch School of the Arts

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Liu Chang

Liu Chang graduated from the Interactive Telecommunication Program of New York University in 2016. She is a visual artist based in New York and Shanghai. Liu’s practice ranges from audio-visual installation to algorithmic art and interactive installation. Liu is a co-founder of Hibanana Studio, an artists' alliance studio, focusing on visual art, live visual performance, audio-visual installation, coding art and interactive installation. She is interested in a number of different media and is currently focused on computational art.

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+ Georgia Lucas-Going

MFA
Slade School of Art, London

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Georgia Lucas-Going

Georgia Lucas-Going is a contemporary UK artist who completed her MFA at Slade School of Art, London in 2017. Currently a scholar at the Lee Alexander McQueen foundation, her practice exists in a range of media including installation, sculpture, performance and video art. Her work confronts themes of stereotypes and power dynamics as well as exploring humour and the everyday.

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+ Hazel Brill

MFA
Slade School of Art, London

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Hazel Brill

Hazel Brill uses video, sound, animation, text, sculpture and installation to stage narrative videos that merge disparate contexts, oscillating between fiction, fantasy and the everyday. Hazel looks at the role of storytelling in popular culture with direct reference to techniques for seduction in productions of desire. Hazel completed an MFA at Slade School of Art, London in the summer of 2017.

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+ Nicole He

MA from the Interactive Telecommunication Program
New York University Tisch School of the Arts

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Nicole He

Nicole He is a Brooklyn-based artist and programmer who uses technology to make art about technology. She uses digital and physical media to explore the relationship between humans and computers with interactivity, playfulness and humour. Prior to getting her Masters degree from the Interactive Telecommunication Program at New York University, Nicole worked on building creative communities on the internet.

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+ Lisa Jamhoury

MA from the Interactive Telecommunication Program
New York University Tisch School of the Arts

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Lisa Jamhoury

Lisa Jamhoury is a new media artist working at the intersection of the physical body and technology. She received her Masters Degree from the Interactive Telecommunication Program at New York University.  Her work takes the form of live interactive performances, immersive websites and physical installations. Lisa’s work questions quickly-adapted norms in our daily relationships with communications technology and how embodiment changes the way we treat each other. She also has a long history working with social impact organisations, creating stories that increase empathy.

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+ Xavier Solé Mora

MA in Fine Art Digital
Camberwell College of Arts (University of Arts London)

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Xavier Solé Mora

Xavier Solé Mora received his MA in Fine Art Digital at Camberwell College of Arts (University of Arts London). His artistic practice is concerned with the power of cruelty and how to make it seductive through archly naive setups. Profoundly influenced by Francisco Goya, his satirical work portrays an irrational society where the boundaries between nastiness and enjoyment are blurred. Using playful manipulations, his artworks allow the audience to engage with bittersweet wrongdoing, guilty pleasures. His body of work encompasses digital prototyping, virtual reality, web-art, tactical media, film, drawing and happenings.

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