Rabab Ghazoul lives in Cardiff and creates process-based projects that explore, with others, our relationship to the political. Her interests lie in a sense of place, belonging and how we connect. Her practice often sees her drawing on text, language, performance and conversations that result lead to diverse works – from a choral performance to a procession to a gathering. Originally from Iraq she has exhibited internationally, including as part of the Iraqi Pavilion at 56th Venice Biennale. Find out more about Rabab’s work for Its art but its not.
Owen Griffiths is based in South Wales and works both locally and internationally. He is interested in landscape, including its history and myths, and is concerned with environmental and social issues; his practice also explores the significance of food and cooking as a universal experience. He created the Vetch Veg, transforming derelict Swansea football stadium into a vegetable garden. Vetch Veg is part sculpture, part centre, an eco system and a resource. Find out more about Owen’s work in Trebanog.
Nils Norman lives in London and works across public art, architecture and urban planning. He has exhibited internationally and his work includes major public art projects such as a pedestrian bridge, playgrounds and landscaping. He is also a Professor at the Royal Danish Academy of Art and Design, Copenhagen, where he leads the School of Walls and Space. Find out more about Nils’ work in Trebanog.
Lucy and Jorge Orta art studios are based in London and Paris, France. They have worked together as artists for 23 years, exhibiting widely and working worldwide including the Amazon and Antarctica. They are artists who work across different artistic mediums from painting to sculpture, to performance, incorporating elements of fashion, art and architecture in their work. They are interested in environmental and social topics such as, sustainability, food, water, migration and community. Find out more about Lucy and Jorge’s work in Porth.