Mark Doyle is a mixed-media artist living and working in Edinburgh. Graduating from Edinburgh College of Art in 2005, he received a degree in drawing and painting, as well as a number of awards, such as the Andrew Grant Bequest and the George Jackson Hutchison Memorial Prize. Recent projects include collaborating with emerging Scottish writers and poets and with Anthropologists from the University of Edinburgh. He has exhibited in various galleries in Edinburgh, Glasgow and London and is also represented in a number of private collections. Doyle was the recipient of a Creative Scotland Artists Bursary at the start of 2014.
Since setting up his Edinburgh studio in 2011 Doyle has worked on a number of personal print projects and experimented with various sculptural processes. Doyle works in an eclectic range of disciplines from sculpture to digital work, with a particular interest in experimental printmaking processes.
Anne Milne is a BAFTA award-winning Scottish filmmaker. Her film María’s Way was nominated for the European Film Award 2010, and won several awards while playing at numerous international film festivals. After being awarded a WorldView Multi Media Grant, she travelled to Nepal to shoot Himalayan Sisters which later won an editing award at the 2011 Underwire Festival. Since then she has been working on a number of commissioned films. Into Deep Space, a short film about the search for exo-planets was shown at the Imagine Science Film Festival in New York and Dublin where it was awarded a Special Mention.
In recent times she has been producing short documentaries for the Scottish Documentary Institute and co-teaching creative documentary workshops in Libya, Pakistan and Tunisia.
Jo Hodges and Robbie Coleman
Jo Hodges has a background in Human Ecology community development and social justice. She has a diverse multi disciplinary practice, creating both permanent and temporary public works, site-specific interventions, time based pieces, exhibitions and performance. Hodges has worked with The Gallery of Modern Art, Glasgow, The National Museum of Scotland and The National Portrait Gallery in London. Robbie Coleman is a visual artist and designer. He has created and collaborated on local, national and international arts projects in a variety of media including live art, sculpture, installation and film.
Jointly, their work is multi-disciplinary and of a temporary nature, combining forms such as performance, projected imagery, temporary installation and sound. Hodges and Coleman often create work by re-imagining and reinventing existing processes. Their practice is context and not media specific, being led by a research-based response to the physical, human and cultural environs.