FIRST FLOOR ART CORRIDOR
Marianna Thome Greece
Marianna's focus is on psychiatric and medical topics and their repercussion on human beings, for better or for worse. 'My interdisciplinary pieces explore the fine line between tragedy and comedy and aspire to arouse the spectator's curiosity through subtle use of dark humor'. The intention is to provoke self-contemplation between the work and the spectator in a cloak of therapy.
SECOND FLOOR ART CORRIDOR
David Hollier USA
Transcriptions or 'Imago Verbosa' painted by David Hollier include the Two Dollar Bill made from the entire Declaration of Independence, America's most cherished symbol of liberty. This text is from the Bill of Rights, the America's first 10 laws (including the 1st and 2nd amendments, the right to freedom of speech and the right to form an armed militia to overthrow tyrannical governments, respectively).
THIRD FLOOR ART CORRIDOR
Endless is a London-based artist. His provocative and radical creations tell a story of our world that is bold and intense. Starting out using the walls of our nation’s capital as his canvas, Endless’s reputation has risen to capture the attention of its residents, foreign visitors and the media alike.
The public buzz around his work has snowballed, to a point where now iconic brands, celebrities and the art world all know his name. Today, Endless continues to devote a large portion of time to art on the streets. But his most exclusive work can be found in London’s most prolific galleries, as well as within the homes of the well-established.
FORTH FLOOR ART CORRIDOR
Mr Doodle's style is to exaggerate familiar characters, adding: “I feel a lot of art is lacking a sense of humour and that people are quite serious about it but it’s a fun thing to be able to draw and create your own world.”
Described as Graffiti Spaghetti the black lines twist and tangle over everything in their path resulting in a visual onslaught of objects that have been completely consumed by the Mr Doodle pen.
The artwork contains a mixture of characters, objects and patterns that contain influence from cereal boxes, video games and old cartoons all resulting in a fun and unique blend of doodle craziness.