miriam la rosa
amy e. brown
Alejandro Daniel Ball Osorio (Lima, 1983) is a Peruvian/American new media curator and artist, as well as a professional audio/visual technician, practicing between London and Dundee. His work and interests lie in the exploration of language as social coding and its integration into human culture and consciousness through new media practices and sonic elements. He has participated as an artist/curator for the recent exhibitions Ambivalent (Bank Space London 2014) and A Book of Burning Matches: Collecting Installation Art Documents (me Collectors Room, Berlin, 2015) and has co-curated Post-Internet Landscapes (PIL Project) (The Cass, London, 2015), the line that (...), (Five Years, London, 2015), dontdrinkthemilk#1, (TripSpace, London, 2014). More recently, Alejandro took part in the collaborative project LIMITACTION and was keynote speaker for the London Open: Live talk event IN TRANSITION: the artistic and curatorial residency (Whitechapel Gallery, 2015). Currently, Alejandro is undertaking a PhD with the Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design researching Internet art and curatorial practices on this medium.
Miriam La Rosa (Palermo, 1988) is an independent curator based in London.
She holds an MA in Curating the Contemporary from London Metropolitan University and Whitechapel Gallery, London, a Master of Museology from the Reinwardt Academy, Amsterdam, and a BA (Hons) in Art History from the Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Brescia. She is head of submissions for the online platform CtC and has worked in the Education, Public Programmes and Exhibitions departments of institutions such as Whitechapel Gallery, London (for the exhibition Rivane Neuenschwander, The Name of Fear), Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam (for the exhibition International ZERO Network, 1950s-60s) and Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven (for Sheela Gowda: Open Eye Policy and Piero Gilardi - Samen Werken). Recent projects include: the artistic and curatorial residency LIMITACTION (Window Space, London), collaborations with artist-run spaces BOCS, Catania, and Five Years, London, the reactive project dontdrinkthemilk and the exhibition FRAGILE (Galleria Upp, Venice).
Amy. E. Brown (Aberdeen, 1986) is a painter, curator and writer. She attained a BA (Hons) in Painting from Gray's School of Art, Aberdeen in 2010 and a MA with Distinction in Curating the Contemporary from the London Metropolitan University and Whitechapel Gallery in 2015. During her graduate placement as exhibitions intern at the Whitechapel Gallery, London she contributed to projects including; Lynette Yiadom-Boake: Natures, Natural and Unnatural, A Utopian Stage: Shiraz-Persepolis Festival of Arts and Emily Jacir's Europa. She is co-founder of amaCollective and the editor for the online platform CtC. Recent projects include; Falling Fictions, meCollectors Room, Berlin, the line that (...), Five Years, London, shapes and things, Fill the Gap, London, dontdrinkthemilk#1, TripSpace, London and A Sense of Things, Zabludowicz Collection, London.