Notes on contributors
Gillian McIver is a Canadian film-maker, artist and writer
based in London. She attended the University of British Columbia and the University of Toronto, then studied film-making at the University of Westminster. She writes and makes films about the intersection of art, visual culture and everyday life. She is the author of Art History for Filmmakers (Bloomsbury Press 2016)
Niko Rollmann is a Berlin historian and writer. Following a BA at Queen Mary Univerity of London, and a MA at Humboldt in Berlin, Niko Rollmann organises tours and seminars in Berlin about German architecture and history.
Hilary Powell is an installation artist based in London. She has a PhD in Cultural Studies from Goldsmith’s College, University of London, has been Honorary Fellow at the London Consortium and more recently AHRC Fellow in the Creative and Performing Arts, Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL and Leverhulme artist/alchemist in residence with UCL Chemistry.
Kelty Miyoshi McKinnon is a landscape architect based in Vancouver.
She combines her practice as architect with a position as Adjunct Professor
at the University of British Columbia.
Françoise Dupré is based in London where she
combines studio and community practice with a position as Lecturer in Fine Art
at the University of Central England.
Françoise Dupré website
Fugitive Images is
an artist collaboration founded in 2009 by Andrea Luka Zimmerman, Lasse Johansson and Tristan Fennell.
Trish and Dan Scott work in mixed media site specific art and music/sound art. Having travelled extensively in their work, they are now based in Kent.