Chloe Austin (b.1995) is a multidisciplinary artist, working with performance, video, photography and creative writing within her current practice. She completed her MA in Fine Art at the Belfast School of Art, Ulster University in 2020 with Distinction, after receiving her BA in Fine Art and Design at Crawford College in Cork in 2017.
Chloe's work has been exhibited and published throughout both Ireland and UK. In 2019, she was awarded the Alice Berger Hammerschlag Award from Belfast School of Art and was also awarded the Cork Film Centre Exhibition Award in 2017. Her work has been displayed and promoted by galleries such as The MAC, GOMA Waterford, Golden Thread Gallery and Catalyst Arts. Her work aims to capture the struggle and fragmentation of language, performing the body and our relationship with new technologies.
Éanna Mac Cana is an Irish Artist, Filmmaker & Editor. He primarily produces short film & documentary work using a number of techniques and formats: still, archival, thermal, recurring soundscapes, chemical, video, digital, macro lens recordings, screen recordings and rotoscoping.
He has been selected for numerous film festivals across Europe. As well as several solo & group shows, both nationally & internationally. In 2020, Mac Cana was commissioned by Northern Ireland Screen to make a mini-documentary on the history of Belfast City Hospital.
Chloe and Éanna exchanged video works that excluded descriptions or statements, leaving the work completely open to interpretation. This was an important element within the project as it encouraged open-ended questions and produced unique insights.