Neil Haas (b. 1971, South Shields, UK) lives and works in London and graduated from the Royal College of Art in 2014.
Recent exhibitions include Maybe Your Lens Scratched, Slate Projects, The Averard Hotel, London; Not Really Really, works from the collection of Frederic de Goldschmidt, Brussels and Folly, with Emalin, Stirling, Scotland. Forthcoming include Almanac Projects, London (solo); Caustic Coastal, Manchester and British Art Show 8 Associate Programme with HA HA Gallery, Southampton.
Philippe Daerendinger (born 1984, Morges) finished a BA in 2007 at ECAL, Switzerland, and since then has been involved in many curatorial initiatives with project space Curtat Tunnel in Lausanne alongside his artist practice. He graduated from an MA at the Royal College of Art in 2015.
Recent shows include Helena, Hackney Wick Cell Studios (curated by Barbara Wesolowska and Isabel Mallet); L'Hospice Aux Mille Cuisses, CAN, Neuchâtel, Switzerland; Pause Patina, Camden Art center and Let Us Know, Really, 36RLS, London. Coming projects are Brand New Enthusiasm About Old Choices, Quark, Geneva and Provocative / Persuasive, a musical project in collaboration with artists Francis Baudevin and John Armleder.