Graphic design studio Transmission have set the dial 40 years from now and commissioned 22 leading and emerging contemporary artists from around the world to create an original piece of work depicting their vision of what life will be like in 2050. The eclectic mix of contributors include Universal Everything, Alex Trochut, Mario Hugo, Dan McPharlin and Tom Gallant. For a full list of artists please visit the website: www.life-in-2050.com
LIFE IN 2050
Thursday 23rd April - 4th May 2010
Proud Central Gallery
32 John Adam Street, London, WC2A 6BP
Nearest Tube: Charing Cross www.life-in-2050.com
When it was revealed to Woody that she has better than 20/20 vision, she put it down to excessive drawing. With a background in Fine Art, Brighton-based Woody produces work for publishing and fashion clients in Europe and Australia. Her Star Gaze collection for Topshop became the most successful artist range they had ever launched and her Little Treasures collection of miniature wearable art framed within vintage jewellery is highly collectable. Woody produces her own range of products and regularly exhibits. Selected shows include her solo exhibition Mirror Mime at YSP and Pick Me Up at Somerset House.
A keen advocate of bringing professional skills to creative talent, Zara is a visiting lecturer at higher & further educational institutions, as well as giving talks at museums and galleries on creative professional practice. She has also designed and led workshops on creating characters and experimenting with mixed media.
Co-founder of The Enquiry Desk, which designs and delivers events bringing Professonal Help to Creative Talent.