Sabrina has always had an artistic and creative mind. She attended art classes throughout her school years and experimented with various mediums. She then studied Fine Arts and completed a Bachelor of Design (Fashion) at Otago Polytechnic, Dunedin, New Zealand.
Sabrina is based in Melbourne and currently exercises her creative flair in a professional capacity as a visual merchandiser. She picks up her paint brushes (and anything else that will make a mark!) to experiment with colour and texture as often as possible. Her paintings and photography are inspired by a fascination with reflections and nature and seek to capture the movement and colour of water and sky.
Orlando Mee is a digital artist experimenting with the distortion and recombination of graphic data. His images are edited progressively over multiple iterations, using a combination of graphics software, scripts, apps, and old-school glitch art processes. Although he has little control over the changes taking place, each new iteration enables him to 'tease out' the desirable aspects - the textures, colours and structures. He will often slice an image into pieces, reassembling it differently before returning it back into the process. The original image is eventually obliterated, and a strange new form begins to emerge from the chaos. Orlando’s works contain alien faces, esoteric glyphs, psychedelic fractals and kaleidoscopic mandalas. He never knows quite what the final product will look like, but that's part of the fun.
Micaela Bumpstead is a Melbourne based artist who has been working with a multidisciplinary practice employing mediums that include painting, photography and sculpture. The themes she explores include the role of images in contemporary society, materiality and questioning how we see and value objects. Micaela Bumpstead has recently completed her Bachelor’s Degree in Fine Arts at RMIT University and has participated in many group exhibitions, including her first solo exhibition in 2017.