& Trent Crawford
Trent Crawford is a Melbourne based artist working with photography, video, and installation. His work considers the effects images and image-based technology have on human perception and agency. In recent years Crawford has exhibited artworks at Ace Open (Adelaide), Metro Arts (Brisbane), Hobiennale (Hobart), Myojuji Sarue (Tokyo), Kuiper Projects (Brisbane) and held a solo exhibition at c3 (Melbourne), ARTnSHELTER (Tokyo) and Auto Studio (Beijing). He completed a BFA (Honours) at the Victorian College of the Arts in 2017, where he currently teaches the course Contemporary Art and Biomedicine.
Stanton Cornish-Ward, trained traditionally in Fashion Design (Bachelor of Design (Fashion) (Honours) at RMIT University). She is a self taught director and artist based in Melbourne. Her work looks at the fallacy of memory, intergenerational trauma, and emerging technologies. She is one half of Hiball, a production company that focuses on moving images for the digital world. Her film work has been part of the official selections of film festivals in Australia, Bulgaria, Canada, Denmark, France, Italy, Ireland, Hong Kong, The Netherlands, New Zealand Romania, Spain, Mexico, U.K, and U.S.A.