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Joel Bentow

is a visual artist based in Dublin, and an elected member of the Royal Society of Sculptors. She has been invited all over the world to work with NGOs, art institutions, and architects to create art which expresses the human experience of isolation, displacement, disconnection or disenfranchisement.

This year her art has featured in the New York Times, Interior Design Magazine and Architectural Record. In recent years Nicola had a solo exhibition at Singapore Art Museum, exhibited in the Kuala Lumpur Biennale, and installed public sculptures in Los Angeles, Colorado and Singapore. She has been practicing for fifteen years and created exhibitions and commissions for art institutions and cultural foundations in Ireland, Singapore, Hong Kong, Myanmar, USA, UK, Indonesia, Thailand and Malaysia. She studied at Loughborough University in the UK and Central Saint Martins, (UAL).

 

Richard Baldeweg

is a visual artist based in Dublin, and an elected member of the Royal Society of Sculptors. She has been invited all over the world to work with NGOs, art institutions, and architects to create art which expresses the human experience of isolation, displacement, disconnection or disenfranchisement.

This year her art has featured in the New York Times, Interior Design Magazine and Architectural Record. In recent years Nicola had a solo exhibition at Singapore Art Museum, exhibited in the Kuala Lumpur Biennale, and installed public sculptures in Los Angeles, Colorado and Singapore. She has been practicing for fifteen years and created exhibitions and commissions for art institutions and cultural foundations in Ireland, Singapore, Hong Kong, Myanmar, USA, UK, Indonesia, Thailand and Malaysia. She studied at Loughborough University in the UK and Central Saint Martins, (UAL).

 

Steffen Heinicke

is a visual artist based in Dublin, and an elected member of the Royal Society of Sculptors. She has been invited all over the world to work with NGOs, art institutions, and architects to create art which expresses the human experience of isolation, displacement, disconnection or disenfranchisement.

This year her art has featured in the New York Times, Interior Design Magazine and Architectural Record. In recent years Nicola had a solo exhibition at Singapore Art Museum, exhibited in the Kuala Lumpur Biennale, and installed public sculptures in Los Angeles, Colorado and Singapore. She has been practicing for fifteen years and created exhibitions and commissions for art institutions and cultural foundations in Ireland, Singapore, Hong Kong, Myanmar, USA, UK, Indonesia, Thailand and Malaysia. She studied at Loughborough University in the UK and Central Saint Martins, (UAL).