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Victoria Bickell
Andrew Bracey
Richard Clouston
Justin Eagle
Michael Hayden
Chris Jacob
Ingrid Loxtercamp
Zoe Millington
Melanie Russell
Michael Samuels
Henry Villiers
Kevin Wayne

Gasworks presents Phusion, a group exhibition profiling some of the most innovative and experimental young artists from around the UK. Phusion will see the gallery transformed into a multi-media showcase, generating an exciting fusion and juxtaposition of artistic styles. Many of the artists included will be exhibiting in London for the first time.

Victoria Bickell
creates animations dedicated to the pleasures of life. Sexy, voluptuous bodies cavort in endless hedonistic rapture.

Andrew Bracey presents a love affair with paint. The canvas pulsates with vibrant colour, with large globules of paint building up a thick textured surface.

Richard Clouston
explores mythology and Romanticism with an esoteric installation including a 'life size' unicorn elegantly constructed out of white paper.

Justin Eagle
presents 'Dalliance', a documentary video that questions the representation of reality. Through the use of photography the documentary format is flipped into fiction, creating an atmospheric indifference rather than an exact account of the facts.

Michael Hayden
presents Magic Roundabout gone astray. His paintings juxtapose colour,  recollage and popular children's characters in a playful cartoon style.

Chris Jacob
references design, functionality and travel, with two constructed paintings attached to the rear of bicycles. Deirdre King presents a series of works in which paint becomes the subject matter. Her investigation into the physical properties of the medium seduce the viewer into sensual saturation.

Ingrid Loxtercamp creates scenarios which explore the identity and sexuality of young girls. A series of paintings depict the face of an adolescent whose expressions are both disturbing and provocative.

Zoe Millington presents a video work in which a brand of popular confectionery undergoes a tantalising transformation.

Melanie Russell takes interiors and fabric design as subject matter for a series of paintings which incorporate layers of wooden relief.

Michael Samuels
investigates the dream of coming to the city in order to find wealth and happiness. His carefully crafted models draw on both film and advertising rhetoric in order to portray the city as a utopian idyll.

Henry Villiers
draws on Jerry Springer story lines, B movies and futuristic paranoia in a seductive and disturbing short film.

Kevin Wayne
presents 'Circular Fever', an ingenious sculpture which includes Malcolm the hamster as the star attraction.

Phusion was supported by Britart.com and you may still be able to see some of the artists there.

Victoria Bickell
Andrew Bracey
Richard Clouston
Justin Eagle
Michael Hayden
Chris Jacob
Ingrid Loxtercamp
Zoe Millington
Melanie Russell
Michael Samuels
Henry Villiers
Kevin Wayne

Gasworks presents Phusion, a group exhibition profiling some of the most innovative and experimental young artists from around the UK. Phusion will see the gallery transformed into a multi-media showcase, generating an exciting fusion and juxtaposition of artistic styles. Many of the artists included will be exhibiting in London for the first time.

Victoria Bickell
creates animations dedicated to the pleasures of life. Sexy, voluptuous bodies cavort in endless hedonistic rapture.

Andrew Bracey presents a love affair with paint. The canvas pulsates with vibrant colour, with large globules of paint building up a thick textured surface.

Richard Clouston
explores mythology and Romanticism with an esoteric installation including a 'life size' unicorn elegantly constructed out of white paper.

Justin Eagle
presents 'Dalliance', a documentary video that questions the representation of reality. Through the use of photography the documentary format is flipped into fiction, creating an atmospheric indifference rather than an exact account of the facts.

Michael Hayden
presents Magic Roundabout gone astray. His paintings juxtapose colour,  recollage and popular children's characters in a playful cartoon style.

Chris Jacob
references design, functionality and travel, with two constructed paintings attached to the rear of bicycles. Deirdre King presents a series of works in which paint becomes the subject matter. Her investigation into the physical properties of the medium seduce the viewer into sensual saturation.

Ingrid Loxtercamp creates scenarios which explore the identity and sexuality of young girls. A series of paintings depict the face of an adolescent whose expressions are both disturbing and provocative.

Zoe Millington presents a video work in which a brand of popular confectionery undergoes a tantalising transformation.

Melanie Russell takes interiors and fabric design as subject matter for a series of paintings which incorporate layers of wooden relief.

Michael Samuels
investigates the dream of coming to the city in order to find wealth and happiness. His carefully crafted models draw on both film and advertising rhetoric in order to portray the city as a utopian idyll.

Henry Villiers
draws on Jerry Springer story lines, B movies and futuristic paranoia in a seductive and disturbing short film.

Kevin Wayne
presents 'Circular Fever', an ingenious sculpture which includes Malcolm the hamster as the star attraction.

Phusion was supported by Britart.com and you may still be able to see some of the artists there.