Emma McGarry’s practice is something of a hybrid between art and anthropology. Adam J B Walker works in performance, video, text and digital situations.
Taking human behaviour and human interaction as its starting point, McGarry's work explores the care, compassion, antagonism, rivalry and identification involved in forming relationships with others. Recent projects have included with Tate, Camden Arts Centre, Pump House Gallery and Whitechapel Gallery.
Adam J B Walker has recently exhibited with both artist run project spaces such as Vulpes Vulpes and Skelf Site, as well as institutions such as Camden Arts Centre, Tate and the ICA. Residencies undertaken include the SWAP UK/Ukraine British Council residency in Kyiv and the Paradox residency in Poznan, Poland. He is currently undertaking a practice-led PhD at the Royal College of Art interrogating the potential for criticality in the relationship between labour and identity under contemporary socio-economic conditions. Prior to this, he studied at Chelsea College of Art, Camberwell College of Arts and Cambridge University.