More about Kate Giles
Kate grew up in Norwich and, having read English at Oxford, studied at the Camberwell and Falmouth schools of Art [1986-90]. She has exhibited widely, particularly in London and across East Anglia, and has now returned to Norfolk to work and live. She is keenly aware of the inheritance of the Anglo-Dutch landscape tradition and in particular Constable's deep engagement and familiarity with embodied life: an alertness to what is 'known by heart'.
More about Will Cutts
Will attained a First Class BA Hons in Fine Art and moved to London in 1986. He has exhibited his work with the Royal Society of British Artists at The Mall Gallery and The Millinery Works Gallery in London, as well as numerous group exhibitions in the region and across the country.
More about Natalie Lang
Born in Glasgow, Natalie Lang graduated from NUA in 2011 with a first class degree in painting. Adopting others images as her own, enables her to explore concepts of authorship, projection, memory, delusion, falsehood and lies. Her images are often banal snapshots that contain within them a tension between the external and internal landscape, layered with a haunting element of the ‘uncanny’.
More about Pandora Mond
Pandora’s paintings being shown at Houghton Hall are based on research into Exoplanets, searching for life beyond our solar system. The work for this project emerged from Pandora’s work as the Leverhulme Trust Artist in Residency in the Astrophysics Department at Exeter University. The discovery of these distant planets will potentially revolutionise the way we view our place in the universe, perhaps as significant a discovery as ‘Big Bang’, Darwin’s origin of species or deciphering the human genome. Making something visible and material out of what is inherently invisible is the paradox behind this project: these planets are simply too far away to be seen.