Charlie’s practice as a Graphic Designer ranges from collaboration within the Fine Arts and Institutions to educational projects and workshops. The outcomes of Abbott’s practice can vary from printed matter to installation, yet frequently refer to a clarity of process and decision-making that is rooted in the systems and approaches of Graphic Design. Abbott consistently works in collaboration with Jake Hopwood and Alexander Hough, of Camberwell Press. Charlie Abbott is currently completing a BA in Graphic Design at Camberwell College of Arts.
Andrew Bieler is a writer, food activist and PhD candidate in the joint program in Communication and Culture at York and Ryerson Universities in Toronto. His masters thesis on bicycling advocacy was entitled Rhythmanalysis of Critical Mass: A Meeting Place. As a member of the FoodShed Project, he has helped organize food advocacy events, co-authored the Telling Food, & Eating Stories guidebook to using digital stories in the food justice movement and facilitated workshops. He has worked with the Toronto Coalition for Active Transportation, and volunteers with the Durham Regional Food Policy Council. He worked as an installations manager on the Leona Drive Project, a site-specific exhibition in Willowdale, Ontario, and is an active member of LOT: Experiments in Urban Research. Currently, his research looks at the role of art exhibitions in environmental communication on food, energy and climate change.
Graduated as a product designer, Kriti Chaudhary strongly believes in translating culture into objects. A chance introduction to clay made her realize the immense expression, tactility the medium offered and she found herself drawn to the ceramic medium. Her multi media practise is defined by an intuitive approach and association to the material. Kriti is currently pursuing her masters in visual arts (designer-maker) at Camberwell College of Art, where her research interest lies in material surfaces and hand held objects.
This work talks about the vulnerability of land, changes in topography and rebuilding our environment.
Cape Farewell, ecology and art practise
Since ceramics are an important part of my work, recycling and reclaiming is essentially common practise. This sustainable quality of clay has a lot to speak.
My research aims to understand landscapes historically, using the body as context for such investigations. These enquiries evolve as documents or archives for human topographies and question how everyday structures store and translate information about the relationships between design, ecology and landscape.
Cadi Froehlich’s work is material-led, focusing on objects and what they get up to with and without us. This has involved the areas of communications and the life-cycles of copper and water.
Froehlich’s work and commissions have been shown nationally and internationally, most recently in Italy and Australia.
Her piece ‘Tea Table’ won second in the Jerwood Drawing Prize 2010.
Cadi Froehlich is currently studying her Fine Art MA at Camberwell College of Art.
Fung is a illustrator and graphic designer from Hong Kong. She graduated from School of Design in the Hong Kong Polytechnic University and she is studying MA Visual Arts (Illustration) at Camberwell College of Arts.
Fung is a member of Hong Kong Society of Illustrators from 2008. She has collaborated with Swatch, Yellow Page, MTR, China Estates Group with her illustrations. Fung published her comics in Sing Tao Daily (HK) regularly in the previous years. She showed her friendships with her black & white illustrations at her solo exhibition “By My Side” in Hong Kong in 2010.