Summer Festival Artists






Agent X                               Amel Mahfouf                         Angelos Kalogerias

Annie Coxey                           Ant Pearce                           Ashley Russell

Carolyn Whittaker                     Alice Steffen                        Dannielle Hodson

Dagmar Rieger                                                              Electra Costa

Elisabeth Blanchet                    Emma Davis                           Gianluca Pisano

Hana Dzierzengova                     Ian Law                              Jamie Ashman

Jamie Chapman                         Jerome Beresford                     John Gathercole

Dimos Kipouros                        Kerry Jones                          Kirsty McKenzie

Klaus is Koming                       Laura New                            Laura Benetton

Lisa Mitchell                         Clara Sawyer                         Mark Whithorn

Marta Artacho                         Marta Stysiak                        Michael Walls

Ewa Habdas                            Pascale Pressicaud                   Paul Wood

Patricia Shrigley                     Shannon Lane                         Peter D'Alessandri

Riikka Hyvonen                        Rob McSweeney                        Sal Jones

Sarah Hill                            Samin Ahmadzadeh                     Shona Munro

So-Ha Au                              Tanja Scheithauer                    Ting low

VJ VON ART                            Fintan Whelan                        Jessica Ballantyne

Gabrielle Walker                      Susie Olczak                         Jenny Runacre

Corrina Eastwood                      Joanna Layla                         Tajinder Dhami

Ted Tuesday


Agent X

Agent X creates experimental, multimedia collages, paintings and 2D artwork. His work is an amalgamation of diverse cultures, past, present and future, and his signature collage street intellectualism is a commentary on the urban experience. 

The phenomena of pop culture, technology, fashion, music, politics and race are central to his practice of designing experimental works.

For Punch, Agent X will be exhibiting 'Cape Cod'.


Annie Coxey

Annie Coxey trained in Fine Art (painting) at Cheltenham College of Art, finishing in 2005 and gaining a First Class Degree (Hons). Annie has exhibited widely in the North West of England and has been selected for various shows, including 'Open Up North' for the last two years.


Annie Coxey will be exhibiting 'Aerial Applique (Harbour view 2)'.



Carolyn Whittaker

Carolyn’s work demonstrates an inherent fascination with the unstoppable nature of time’s ability to change things. The viewer can often experience this ephemeral process and its associated risks in the reformation of wax, ice, jelly or ice cream forms as they burn or melt. The unpredictable metamorphosis of these works creates a contrasting tension with her other practice consisting of cast and carved, immutable, bronze and stone forms.

Carolyn will be exhibting 'Extracted Waiting Room' and 'Waiting Room Deposits' in our Punch exhibition.


Dagmar Rieger

Dagmar's career in the fine arts started in 1983 when she showed her works in Salzburg, Austria. After that she took part in many competitions and exhibitions and changed her style more than once. She had a solo exhibition at the university of Salzburg in 1987 as well as one in Cafè da Vinci in Linz in 2010. Dagmar's works have been shown not only in Austria but also in Istanbul, London (latest show: Sacred&Profane), Birmingham and of course on the Internet. Dagmar Rieger lives and works mostly in Austria and she has no special university education in arts. Her works are created mostly on paper in her own very special techniques that could be seen as a mixture of painting and comic drawing. She also works with fabric, makes embroideries and creates figures.


Dagmar will be exhibiting 'Gringos, Chicas y Frida' in our Punch exhibition.






Elisabeth Blanchet

Elisabeth Blanchet is a London-based photographer, film maker and mixed media artist. She is interested in life, people and documenting social conditions and communities. Through her different projects, she explores emotions, attachment, memory and nostalgia. She sees her camera as a passport to meet people and discover their homes, their territories, the way they live.


Elisabeth will be exhibiting 'Granville' in our Punch exhibiton and 'Malta' in Salad Days.


Hana Dzierzengova

Hana Dzierzengova was born in Bohumin, Czech Republic in 1976. She studied at Ostrava University in the Czech Republic to become a teacher. Hana is a self-taught artist, she takes inspiration from street art, found objects and children’s art to create works that address a range of social, political and environmental issues. She lives and works in London. Hana took a part in The Independent Artist Fair in 2014. In June 2015, she won a Special Merit Award for her work “Thaw” in a Juried Art Competition organised by Light Space & Time Online Art Gallery.


Hana will be exhibiting 6 works in our Punch exhibition.


Jamie Chapman

Jamie studied in London to achieve a fine art degree, but has since spread into illustration and is currently providing the artwork for the digital graphic novel series “Kitten Heist 1907".


Jamie Chapman will be exhibiting 'Captain Awesome' in Punch and 'Quantum Yarns' in Salad Days.


Dimos Kipouros 

Dimos Kipouros studied at the School of Fine & Applied Arts, University of Western Macedonia (2006 – 2011), Greece. For the last 2 years he has worked as a drawing tutor in Thessaloniki. Since October 2014 he has studied for an MA in Fine Art with a scholarship from the Onassis Foundation at Chelsea College of Arts. He has exhibited solo and participated in several group exhibitions. His most significant participation was in the group exhibition “Offering” held in National Archaeological Museum, Athens. His work can be found in art collections in Greece.


Dimos will be exhibting 'Chaosmosis II' in Punch.



Klaus is Koming

Born and raised in the wild plains of Kent, Klaus came to the big bad city to study art.


Klaus is Koming will be exhibting 'Snakes Locate Their Prey Through Vibration Waves' in our Punch exhibtiion and 'Diedrei I' and 'Diedrei II' in Salad Days.


Lisa Mitchell

Lisa is a multimedia artist currently working in photography, she obtained ber BA Hons Degree in Fashion & Textiles at De Montfort University in Leicester. She has worked as an arts teacher for adults with learning disabilities as well as running workshops for children. Lisa has exhibited throughout the East Midlands as well as in London and on the Isle of Wight. She has also recently had a piece of her work in a Channel 4 drama.


Lisa Mitchell will be exhibiting 'The Keeper' in Queen of Arts and 'Must we all just sit and wait' in Punch.


Marta Artacho

Marta Artacho (Madrid, 1971), is a Spanish artist based in London developing her own style, somewhere between geometric abstraction and pop art. Through the repetition of two-dimensional geometric patterns, the application of the dotted technique and the use of vivid colours applied to natural materials, Marta creates an organic and textured vision of the abstract in which colours do not mix, except in the viewer’s retina. A self-taught artist, she began her career creating handicraft pieces using bamboo and other canes found on the beach. Born and raised in the Costa del Sol (Southern Spain), Marta’s influences come from the landscapes and lights of this coastal region, where she spent most of her life. Her quest for her own artistic voice began by experimenting with techniques such as pyro-engraving and the transformation of accidents that occur while working with recycled materials into an expressive resource. The result of this journey is a contemplation of two panoramas that begin by spanning an Impressionistic expression of light that uses geometric elements, sinewy lines and curves as scenery, only to advance towards a more precise pop art whereby the icons on display are the emblematic bulls of Spain and those found in Marta’s new home, London.


Marta will be exhibiting 'Brixton Tube' in Salad Days.




Ewa Habdas

Ewa is fascinated by the sky. For her the sky symbolises another reality which is only accessible when dreaming. Her photographs are an attempt to reach the sky and find an exit from reality to the world of dreaming. 


Ewa’s exhibiting ‘Dreaming Collection 3’ for Punch




Patricia Shrigley

Patricia Shrigley, lives and works in London. Patricia has been working with mostly film installations,and animation shown internationally at galleries and film festivals. Patricia's film “Grese, West, Atkins, Hindley, Ruda & England” is published on a new artists film and video DVD label: Filmarmalade, Marmalade publishers of visual theory.


Patricia will be exhibiting 'Breeder' in Salad Days and 'Feral' in Punch.



Riikka Hyvonen

Helsinki and London based, Lapland born artist Riikka Hyvönen started working with the bruises – called ‘kisses’ by roller derby – through collecting photographs of roller derby girls’ bruises. She then captured the athletes’ injuries in giant artworks. Pop, kitsch, and perhaps even slightly camp in their glittery leather glory, the 3D objects, made by Hyvönen for her Goldsmiths graduate show, are somewhere between sculptures and paintings


Rikka will be exhibiting 'I Got a Really Beautiful Bruise on My Bum, Do You Want To See a Pic! It Has 12 Colours And Is the Size of My Head!' in Punch.


Sarah Hill

Sarah Hill studied at Wimbledon College of Art, London and graduated in 2009. She lives and works in Peterborough.


Sarah will be exhibiting 'Fingers' in Punch.


So-Ha Au

So-Ha Au graduated from Wimbledon School of Art with a BA(Hons)in Fine Art painting in 2000. Since then she has continued to paint and exhibit locally and nationally.


So-Ha Au will be exhibiting 'Trent' in Punch.



Originally from Lithuania, Von Art is a true nature and art child who has been making art since the day she could hold a brush. Born to a family of artists of various creative practices she has never conformed to one medium or has allowed herself to be labelled. Von Art is a free spirit and non-conformist seeking to create a portal to alter the viewer's experience and evoke complex and multiple associations with their childhood dreams. Through a practice of photography, painting and sculptured armed with light, deep rooted darkness, beauty, pain, freedom, torture, love, anguish, ecstasy, longings, moods, childhood monsters and myths creating a paranormal Modern-day reflection of the current state of humanity.




VJ VON ART will be exhibiting 'The Diamond Queen I' in Salad Days.


Amel Mahfouf

Postgraduate student from Paris, based in London. Amel graduated from ECV Paris in 2014 (Master Degree in Visual Communication) and is currently studying for an MA in photography at London Metropolitan University. Amel is currently working as freelance art director, graphic designer and photographer.


Amel will be exhibiting 'Untitled' in Salad Days.


Ant Pearce

Ant Pearce is an emerging British artist based in London. He attended Central Saint Martins School of Art and Design, thereafter he undertook the MA Visual Arts course at Camberwell College of Arts, graduating with Merit in late 2012. His work has been exhibited in London, the UK, Europe and the US. He is currently represented by Artvera’s Galerie, Geneva, Switzerland and internationally by White Court Art.


Ant Pearce will be exhibiting '2015-06-29 at 01.11.31' and '2015-06-29 at 01.16.59' in Punch.


Alice Steffen

Alice Steffen (Alice Essex) sculptor, was born in Cambridge, England. She studied at Glasgow School of Art, School of The Art Institute of Chicago and City and Guilds of London Art School. Alice now lives and is a practicing artist in Chicago, doing her best to ‘Live the American Dream’.


Alice will be exhibiting ‘The American Nightmare’ for Punch


Emma Davis

With a Master of Arts (MA) degree in Literature and also in Fine Art, Emma studied at the Slade School of Fine Art, Chelsea College of Art and the University of York. She exhibits regularly at the Royal College of Art, Originals, Discerning Eye exhibitions, and the Other Art Fair. Recently shortlisted for the ArtSlant International Prize and represented in State Magazine’s inaugural ‘Visible’ supplement.


Emma will be exhibting two works 'Soft Neck' and 'Legs' in Punch.


Ian Law

Ian Law studied at The Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL and has always been more interested in the experimental and representational through the use of drawing, painting and physical model-making. His works have varied from figurative studies, portraiture and sculptural installations. The themes that have often drivenIan's work are those of a kind of social study; the relationship of people and places.


Ian will be exhibiting 'Anna In Berlin' in Salad Days.


Jerome Beresford

Jerome Beresford is a practicing artist and qualified Architect, he has worked in various architectural practices over the last 10 years. As an Associate and new technology champion at his practice he is managing its transition to Building Information Modelling, a new method of virtually constructing buildings during the design stage. He is currently working on projects for London Underground and Crossrail.


Jerome will be exhibiting two works in Punch.


Kerry Jones

Since she was born in Essex, UK in 1985, Kerry Jones has always found art dominates every facet of her life. She graduated from her BA (Hons) in Fine Art at the Cambridge School of Art in 2009, and gained a postgraduate Fine Art MA in NUA, Norwich the following year. During her studies, NUA purchased one of her paintings for their permanent collection. Since completing her MA,Jones has taken part in numerous group exhibitions around London, Essex and Suffolk including: Dazed and Refused at The Arch Gallery Bethnal Green, Pop Up Povera at MOCA in Peckham and OpenDoors in Brixton, Clapham and Shepherds Bush. Jones is primarily an oil painter, and enjoys pushing through the boundaries of contemporary portraiture.


Kerry will be exhibiting 'Coffee Cup and Cigarette' in Punch.



Laura New

Laura New is a Fine Artist and Illustrator living and working in London. Her work focusses on very detailed drawings using a combination of pencil, chalk and ink.


Laura will be exhibiting 'Eyes Closed (Tom) in Punch.


Clara Sawyer

Aged twenty and based in London, Clara Sawyer's colourful illustrations are inspired by character design culture. Clara’s illustrations have been selected for shows in Toronto, Budapest, Florence, London and Lisbon. She has worked as a young curator for Tate Modern/Britain’s official youth collective and as an illustration assistant for Edge Design, artist Lauren Baker and for designer Matthew McGuinness. Clara has recently begun a degree in Graphic Design at Central Saint Martins and continues to exhibit art in London galleries alongside. 


Clara’s exhibiting ‘Sea Turtle’ for Salad Days


Marta Stysiak

Marta Stysiak (b. 1982) is a Polish National Film School In Łódź (Poland)graduate. Stysiak works on photographic projects, photography for documentaries, video art and experimental videos. Her photographs have been published in Le journal de la Photographie, Dailyserving, GUP magazine and displayed on exhibitions. She is also a co-founder of Synergy collective, a group which experiments with visual clichés and innovations but also plays around with narratives and storytelling.


Marta will be exhibiting 'With Kasia' in Punch.


Pascale Pressicaud

Pascale Pressicaud studied Fine Art at City and Guild of London Art School and holds a Master's degree in Sociology from Goldsmiths, University of London. She divides her time between London and Bordeaux in France when she is not exploring urban landscapes across America.


Pascale will be exhibiting 'Urban Landscape Pink' in Salad Days.


Shannon Lane

Shannon Lane is both an artist and curator. As an artist, Lane is fascinated by the natural form of her subjects, but by changing slight aspects she likes to hint at the truth behind her work. She has curated three exhibitions since August 2014, all of which have received a large audience and amount of attention. Her aim is to enable young creatives the platform to showcase their work in a prestigious environment, regardless of their education or experience.


Shannon will be exhibiting 'Percy' in Punch.


Rob McSweeney

Rob McSweeney was born and lives in London, England. He studied Fine Art Sculpture at the City and Guilds of London Art School graduating in 2010 and currently continues both his sculptural practice and works in art education in London.


Rob will be exhibiting 'It Girls' in Punch.


Samin Ahmadzadeh

Samin Ahmadzadeh is an Iran-born artist based in London. Her background in street photography is combined with her passion for expressing her personal views on sociological and cultural matters of her home country of Iran. Her practice continues to evolve with a specific focus on archival collections of her family’s cultural history. With photography as the starting point for her work, Samin is currently developing her practice through further processes into collage, installation and printmaking.


Samin will be exhibiting 'Memento' in Punch.


Tanja Scheithauer

Tanja Scheithauer, born in Göttingen (Germany) has lived for many years in Mexico and Hungary. She currently lives and works in West Yorkshire, UK. Coming from the areas of fashion-design and production, her passion for painting and drawing has always been an essential part of her life. Expanding to experiences in film such as production design, costume design and creation, as well as set dressing. Over the years, experimenting with techniques and materials, she has developed her skills and style. Although her main focus lies in painting with oil, she also works with inks and acrylics, and explores the possibilities of sculpting with plaster and leather. Her style is contemporary. Among other things, she studied painting techniques for 2 years with the Hungarian Artist Katalin Haász.


Tanja will be exhibiting 'London Take-3' in Salad Days.


Angelos Kalogerias

Angelos Kalogerias is a Greek visual artist. He is currently a postgraduate student (MA Fine Art) at Chelsea College of Arts, UAL and a scholar of the A. Onassis Foundation. He has taken part in group exhibitions in Greece and the UK.


Angelos will be exhibiting two works, 'Concept 2' and 'Concept 5' in Punch.


Ashley Russell

Ashley Russell is a Glasgow based artist originally from Melbourne, Australia. Predominantly focussing on abstract painting and installation, he studied visual art at NMIT (Melbourne), winning the painting award two consecutive years. Having since staged a solo exhibition and participated in group shows in Melbourne and throughout Europe. Ashley is currently creating a series of works for an exhibition that will utilise paintings of various scale to create an installation with a focus on technological means of information processing, interpretation and representation.


Ashley will be exhibiting 'Projecture 6' in Punch and 'Pattern Recognition 1' in Salad Days.




Dannielle Hodson

Hodson graduated from Central St Martins in 2001 and has worked in fashion and art and also run a fashion art label called 10T. Hodson has exhibited in the Pallant House Gallery, Hastings Museum of Modern art, Royal Academy as well as in high-end retailers such as Harvey Nichols and Browns.


Dannielle will be exhibiting 'Study of the Flasher' in Queen of Arts.


Electra Costa

Electra completed a BA (Hons) Fine Art degree in 2010 as well as a Foundation Course in art and Design in 2007 at Byam Shaw School of Art at Central St Martins.  Since graduating Electra has exhibited her work throughout the UK as well as abroad. She has exhibited at the Leyden Gallery in the exhibition ExtraOrdinary Quotidian and has recently been selected for the OPENCUEB 2014 international art competition at cueB Gallery and has also been selected as a finalist for The National Open Art Competition 2014. Electra’s work has been displayed at Somerset House, with Antony Gormley and Gavin Turk attending the private view.


Electra will be exhibiting 'Toys' in Punch and two works in Queen of Arts. 



Gianluca Pisano

Gianluca Pisano was born in 1967, in Sardinia. Gianluca was always interested in drawing and painting, and after regular studies joined the “Accademia di Belle Arti”, to gain a diploma in painting. Years of intense painting and exhibitions followed. In 1996 travelled to London, where he has since lived and painted. He paints emotionally charged and melodramatic images in the chiaroscuro style, where there are violent contrasts of light and dark, images are emerging from a deep black background, light gives way to shadows, the end of knowledge, the place where mystery irresistibly excites the mind with the suggestion of the unknown.


Gianluca will be exhibiting two works, 'Artemis' in Punch and 'Offering' in Queen of Arts.


Jamie Ashman

Forward thinking Central Saint Martins trained Fahion Designer turned Contemporary Artist Jamie Ashman graduated with a degree in Fashion Design and a lifelong passion for painting. He mainly creates portraits which break the mould with "groovy" role models most of whom have shaped culture and modernity in their day.


Jamie will be exhibiting 'No' in Punch.


John Gathercole

John Gathercole studied at U.E.L and at London Met. He has exhibited and sold worldwide, including the Tate and has an extensive celebrity clientele.


John will be exhibiting 'Scraps' in Salad Days and 'Strung Out On a TV Dream' in Punch.


Kirsty McKenzie

Kirsty McKenzie is a Canadian artist and costume designer. She graduated from the Rhode Island School of Design in 2005. Living her art, she is a complete embodiment of her vision; customizing everything from herself from her magical maximalist studio home. She blurs the lines between fashion, art and music, creating a universe of her own. She has worked for designers threeASFOUR, Zandra Rhodes, and created costumes for many shows, and musicians such as Gabby LaLa, Les Claypool and Bishi. She has shown her work internationally, and currently lives and works in London. Her spirit animal is a leopard.


Kirsty will be exhibiting 'Garden Party Face' in Punch.


Laura Benetton

Laura Benetton is a London based Italian artist. She studied painting in Venice at the Academy of Fine Art and sculpture at TAM Art Metal-Working School in Pietrarubbia (Pesaro-Urbino), Italy, supervised by sculptor Arnaldo Pomodoro and under the artistic direction of sculptor Nunzio. She has worked between Venice, Istanbul, Pesaro, Florence and London. Arnaldo Pomodoro’s artist in residence 2008. Laura Benetton’s art is intimate and reflective using her life events as inspiration for works ranging from painting, drawing, installation and sculpture


Laura will be exhibiting 'I Camminantes' in Punch.


Mark Whithorn

Mark Whithorn studied an MA and BA at the University of Derby and has exhibited around the uk and europe. He has won awards for his work such as the British Institution Award from the Royal Academy summer academy.


Mark will be exhibiting two works in Punch, 'Robert' and 'Sonny' along with two works in Queen of Arts. 


Micheal Walls

Michael Walls is an artist who uses a variety of media ranging from the documentary to the conceptual. Inspired from the world he lives in to portray works from the mundane context, such as the supermarket, color paint charts, responding to how colour is organized according to their unique code of copyright.


Michael will be exhibiting 'Blue Coca Cola Bottles' in Salad Days.


Paul Wood

Paul Wood was born in London and was educated in the East London area gaining qualifications in fine art, ceramics and design. Paul harmonizes the expressive potential of bright tones with a rigorous formal approach to abstract shapes: questioning the role of the medium as a semantic vehicle, he produces seductive, high gloss surfaces that convey spontaneity and geometrical balance into a coherent, consistent unity. He has created a unique progressive style now working solely with acrylic sheet. He describes this material as bright, lustrous and exciting but also unforgiving, challenging and extremely hard work but rewarding.


Paul Wood on Issu


Paul will be exhibiting 'Tetris Head' in Punch.


Peter D'Alessandri

Peter was born in London in 1963 and studied for BA in Fine Art at Norwich School of Art, graduating 1985.  He has exhibited in the “Pure Painting” exhibition at B.A.R. gallery in London,  “Guilty Pleasures”, at Juno in Shoreditch, and “Introducing the Project Space Artists” at Project Space in Vyner Street, London.


Peter will be exhibiting 'Relationship Series no.3' in Punch.


Sal Jones

Sal Jones has a BA Hons degree in Fine Art and lives and works in London. Her work is generally figurative; utilising photographs and found images as starting points and transforming them to alter their interpretation to produce emotionally charged works. Recent work has been inspired by images appropriated from film, photography and the media, and exploits the conventions of cinematography; heavy cropping, close-ups, angled shots, saturated colours, as well as the use of dialogue for titles. She has exhibited extensively in London as well as in group and open exhibitions elsewhere in the UK.


Sal will be exhibiting 'It Was Easy For Me' in Salad Days.


Shona Monro

Shona Munro took part in the student residency in April 2012 at Klankenbos, Belguim. In 2013, Shona graduated at the University Of Derby and gained a BA (Hons) Fine Art, second class (Division two). In 2014 she was part of the Sweet'Art’s exhibition "Seams". Also in 2014 she took part in the ongoing online exhibtion "The arts, undervalued" with FMG Arts.


Shona will be exhibiting 'Raindrop' in Punch.


Fintan Whelan

Fintan Whelan was born in Dublin, in 1967 and has been living as a visual artist and educator in Germany since 2005.


Fintan will be exhibiting 'Blue Motion' in Punch.


Jessica Ballantyne

Born in South Africa, Jessica Ballantyne moved to London in 2009 after graduating with a BA in Fine art from the University of Pretoria. Working primarily in the medium of oil on canvas, Jessica has, from an early age, been fascinated by the portrayal of subjective feeling and experience, especially in regards to the body. Influenced by Surrealism and photography, Jessica creates a body that is naked, unusual and autonomous. Her wish is to create artwork that is a meaningful experience for herself and her collectors. She combines her experience with philosophical, psychological and academic ideas about subjectivity and sexuality.


Jessica will be exhibiting 'A Crying Shame' in Queen of Arts.




Ting Low

Ting Low is a self-taught artist. Ting has exhibited at Brick Lane Gallery, London (February 2014), the Barbican Centre, London at “Art and Science on the Brain” event (April 2013), and has worked with Neurocomic, a group of scientists and artists, on a comic book published by Nobrow (2012 – 2013). Tiong is an Artist Contributor to Biomedical Collection at Wellcome Images.


Ting Low will be exhibiting 'Santiago Ramon Y Cajal' in Salad Days.


Gabrielle Walker

Gabrielle's work stems from using factual imagery to illustrate fictional text. Her main influence being literature, she manipulates found ephemera in combination with embroidery and print. She graduated from Norwich University of the Arts in Illustration in 2014. She has most recently shown her work in Somerset House as Part of Secret 7 alongside artists such as Yoko Ono. She was as also awarded the Ashton KCJ Award for her series ‘No Place to Stay’ at Smiths Row.


Gabrielle will be exhibiting 'It Never Was II' in Salad Days.


Susie Olczak

Susie Olczak's work and research explores how we perceive and experience form and light as we move through our urban spaces. Susie Olczak's work has been shown around the UK, in Japan and Finland, in galleries and the public realm. She has made work for BBC Scotland, The Cambridge Institute of Astronomy and for Charles Saatchi at the Big Chill Festival.


Susie will be exhibiting 'Neon 1 (Drawn In)' in Salad Days.


Jenny Runacre

Jenny Runacre has worked exstensively as an actress but in 1997 she took her BA followed by an MA in Conceptual Fine Art pratice at Central St Martins School of Art and Design. Since then she has worked both in Art and the Performing Arts.


Jenny will be exhibiting 'Sex Pistols 4' in Salad Days.


Corrina Eastwood

Corrina Eastwood has been a practicing artist for over 14 years working as a painter and more recently in film. Following completion of her BA hons in Fine Art Painting in 2000 Corrina went on to complete her MA in Art Psychotherapy.


She has exhibited extensively over the past 14 years in a range of settings, curating many of her own shows including her first London based solo exhibition. 'Lines in the Sand' Corrina's first short film as both co director and writer previewed at Cannes film festival 2012 and was also selected for Raindance film festival in the same year. Corrina also has a keen interest in feminist issues and in 2012 saw her first publication of feminist writings as well as founding the arts organisation Sweet ‘Art.


For the Punch Corrina will be exhibiting a painting also titled Punch that will explore the prevalence yet lack of clarity and visibility of issues surrounding domestic violence in our society and beyond. 


Corrina’s exhibiting ‘Punch’ for Punch


Joanna Layla


Joanna's work rotates around the hand drawn and begins with her pencil. Drawing is the language with which she explores the liminal territories of illustration and mark-making. Teasing out meaning and interpretation in series of works on paper, she finds alternative narratives within the traces of process and design. Juxtaposing pencil with mixed media to unsettle line work, she plays to create a visual language that gestures to both real and abstract, and most recently digital, planes. Interdisciplinary collaboration has inspired her most recent illustrations as seen in 'All These Words' print series.


Joanna’s exhibiting ‘All’, ‘These’ and ‘Words’ all for Punch



Tajinder uses the media of animation, sculpture, installation and screen based work. His work is about altered realities and otherness and he is currently preoccupied with Synthetic Intelligences


Tajinder’s exhibiting 'For (i=2;i>1;i++) { p=z(sin(80)) };’ for Punch

Tajinder Dhami


Ted Tuesday


Ted Tuesday celebrates the throwaway nature of contemporary culture by creating images from sources such as magazines, flyers, advertising and political campaigns. By re-working image on top of image and fragmenting the discernible text and forms, Ted draws parallels to the fleeting nature of life. The process of manually reproducing images from mass media echoes the history of painting as a form of documentation.


Ted’s exhibiting ‘Front Row’ for Punch