Delaine Le Bas is a cross disciplinary artist creating installations, performances, photography and films. She is one of sixteen artists who are part of Paradise Lost, The First Roma Pavilion of the Venice Biennale 2007. Her work explores themes of identity, gender and belonging.
Her works are included in Venice Biennale 2007, Prague Biennale 2005 & 2007, Gwangju Biennale 2012, Zacheta National Gallery Of Art 2013, MWW Wroclaw Contemporary Art Museum 2014, The Third Edition Of The Project Biennial Of Contemporary Art D-O Ark Underground Bosnia and Herzegovinia 2015, Off Biennale Budapest 2015, Goteborg International Biennial For Contemporary Art Extended.
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Stephen Ellcock is a London-based online collector and curator of images, author, researcher and former musician and bookseller. He is creating an ever-expanding, virtual museum on Facebook and Instagram – the ultimate cabinet of curiosities – which so far has attracted more than 600k followers and increasing media attention, not all of which is unwelcome.
He is the author of All Good Things (September Publishing, 2019), The Book of Change (September Publishing / Princeton Architectural Press, 2021), Jeux de mains, with Cécile Poimboeuf-Koizumi (Chose Commune, 2021), England On Fire, with Mat Osman (Watkins 2022), The Cosmic Dance (Thames & Hudson 2022).
His next book, Underworlds will be published worldwide by Thames & Hudson in October 2023.
Image Credits: Self portrait by Dr. S. D. Jouhar, Self Shadowgram, 1958
Delaine Le Bas in their studio, Wysing Arts Centre, 2023