Larry Amponsah & Andrew Hart met at the Royal College of Art, where they recently completed their MA Painting in 2018 and 2019, respectively.
Larry Amponsah is a multi-media artist whose practice investigates traditional modes of image-making whilst employing unconventional strategies of production to look at the contemporary politics of imagery. Traditionally trained as a painter, creates collages made of archival images, objects, and stories from various cultures in order to negotiate systems of power and create new ways of transcending boundaries.
Andrew Hart is a multi-disciplinary artist who focuses on the symbiotic relationship between sound and painting through ongoing rhythmic research and play of improvised and spontaneous generative processes. His mutating practice questions the myriad formalities and dialogues around painting and issues including identity, pictorial space, subjective experience, context and his obsession with the circle.
Ten Motiwa is a conceptual fashion menswear designer who specialises in fur and sustainability. He grew up between London and Essex and references a sense of belonging within their grime and drill subcultures. Motiwa uses fashion to awaken convocations about how most youths today feel about life – from politics, economics, and culture.