Kei Langley and Samuel Bestwick
Kei is a transdisciplinary artist living and working in Cornwall. Exploring the resonant relationship that she has to the surrounding world, specifically how we navigate this connection between our internal self to our external location, especially through our complex environment layered with nature and technology and the organic and man-made. Through this process she begins to understand the phenomenological contract we have with the space we inhabit.
Sam describes himself as a video artist / filmmaker person, though his work utilises multiple mediums: printmaking, installation, photography etc. – he’s often drawn to the presentation of moving images. Sam utilises mythologies and religious texts in his work, relating the narratives contained within them to a present day context. Recently his work has shifted more towards the act of looking and, by extension, philosophies surrounding the camera itself.