We are a team of creative practitioners who have combined our varied professional expertise with a common objective: facilitating the access to the arts and enabling the movement of artists, at the same time continuing to develop and pursue our own practice.
Kieran Ferris is an arts technician with a background in Contemporary Crafts and Interactive Media, currently employed with the Brian Clarke Studio, London. For the previous 10 years he worked as Senior Gallery Technician, Exhibition Coordinator and Graphic Designer at Void Gallery, Derry, installing the works of 65+ high-profile artists including Mark Wallinger, Santiago Sierra, Ackroyd & Harvey, Bill Drummond and Mat Collishaw. Ferris has also taken part in many non-gallery endeavors, for example as a member of the artistic group Null who dismantled and moved Tinneys a functioning bar, as part of the project call Molly Aida. Prior to this he was an academic at the University of Limerick, Ireland, specialised in the design and use of novel technology within museums at the Interaction Design Centre, Limerick, with partners at Kings College London, Nottingham University and KTH Royal Institute of Technology Stockholm, Sweden. He has published his work in ACM SIGCHI Designing Interactive Systems (DIS) at the British Museum London, 2002 and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in 2004 plus numerous other international academic conferences. A builder of timber framed houses/cabins, Ferris is an accomplished craftsperson and continues to specialise as an art technician/archivist/coordinator.