Louise Hobson is an independent creative practitioner, working across the roles of curator, producer and artist. Louise’s curatorial practice draws on architectural influences, using a cross-disciplinary approach to create propositions for new patterns of exchange.
Will Owen is an interdisciplinary artist working primarily with design, interactive media, sound, and food. Originally from western North Carolina, Will is currently based in New York and Philadelphia. He is a member of the artist run gallery Little Berlin in Philadelphia.
In recent years Will has exhibited in both formal art settings and in more DIY type locations around the world including: the original site of the Black Mountain College; a parking lot in St. Petersburg, Russia; ARoS Museum in Aarus, Denmark; SMK Friday event at the Statens Museet før Kunst in Copenhagen, Denmark; Flux Factory NYC; Philadelphia Water Works Museum; The Museum of Soviet Arcade Machines in St. Petersburg, Russia; The Dome of Visions in Copenhagen, Denmark; A parking garage in Baltimore for Artscape; Museum of the Moving Image in NYC, and Little Berlin in Philadelphia.
He was included in a 2014 Harvard peer-reviewed study of the “most memorable data visualizations” regarding his graphic design work for the international medical humanitarian aid organization Doctors Without Borders.