Catherine Parsonage (Wirral, 1989) lives and works in Rome. She completed an
MA at the Royal College of Art in 2013. Selected solo exhibitions include: Convivium, Bosse and Baum, London, Present Future Section, Artissima, House of Egorn, Turin, GRANPALAZZO, Bosse and Baum, Zagarolo, a wrist that turns, House of Egorn, Berlin. In 2016-7 Catherine Parsonage was awarded the Sainsbury Scholarship in Painting and Sculpture at the British School at Rome. Selected group exhibitions include: Searching for myself through remote skins, Renata Fabbri, Milan, sign just under the skin, House of Egorn, Berlin, Full For It, Garbo’s, Rome, Le Nouveau Voyeurisme, Hotel Contemporary, Milan.

Caterina De Nicola, born in Ortona, Italy, in 1991, is a visual artist and occasional Dj. After obtaining a BFA in Brera Fine Art Academy in Milan she moved to Berlin to accomplish a research project sustained by the Erasmus+ (plus) grant. She is currently living and working in Lausanne, Switzerland, where she recently pursued an MA degree in Fine Arts – European Art Ensemble – at ECAL, University of Art and Design of Lausanne.

Joshua Hopping

Jennifer Taylor was born in Wales, where she now lives and works. She has a Degree in Fine Art from the Ruskin School at the University of Oxford (First Class Honours) and an MA in Sculpture from the Royal College of Art. She had a Fellowship at the British School at Rome last year and has exhibited and performed at the Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain Paris, A Gentil Carioca Rio de Janeiro, The Wapping Project London, g39 Cardiff, Modern Art Oxford and her work is in the collection of the David Roberts Art Foundation, London.

Born in Aversa in 1993, Vincenzo Di Marino obtained his MFA in Curatorial Studies at Naba in Milan. Working as independent curator he seeks a dialogic approach based on “contact”. Recently he focuses his research on the relation with the otherness, in a way oriented to the attempt to redefine own singularity in
confrontation with “the other”. He actively contributes with Umberto Di Marino gallery, taking care of art production, installation and fairs’s organization. He worked in last few years with Prada Foundation in Milan and with Madre Museum in Naples, working on installation, production and curatorship of several exhibitions. In the last year he co-founded the curatorial research project Bite The Saurus based in Naples.

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