Meet the artists, speakers and curators for Estuary 2021
Eelyn Lee is an award-winning artist and filmmaker with a socially engaged practice.
Elsa James' work intervenes in the overlapping discourses of race, gender, diaspora and belonging.
Working across diverse media ranging from performance and video work to written publications, Emily investigates breaks down and reimagines utopian futures.
Eric MacLennan has been making avant-garde performance work for over thirty years.
Esi Eshun is a London based multidisciplinary artist and independent researcher.
Artist developing projects at the intersection of design, feminisms, and free software.
Fiona MacDonald works with human and nonhuman beings as Feral Practice to create art projects and interdisciplinary events that develop ethical and imaginative connection across species boundaries.
For over two decades Fiddian has been fascinated by the creative application of digital technology in the physical domain.
Fiona Compton is a London based Saint Lucian photographer, artist, filmmaker and historian.
Gabriella Hirst works primarily with moving image, performance, and with the garden as a site of critique and care.
Gareth Evans is a London-based writer, editor, film and event producer and Whitechapel Gallery’s Adjunct Moving Image Curator.
Gideon Mendel’s intimate style of image-making and long-term commitment to socially engaged projects has earned international recognition.
Hafsah Aneela Bashir is a Manchester-based poet, playwright, performer and mother originally from East London.
Hamja Ahsan is an artist, writer, activist and curator. He is the author of the book Shy Radicals: Antisystemic Politics of the Militant Introvert, now adapted into a film.
Hannah Marshall is a musician, sound designer & performer.
Born and bred in South London, Hannah is a filmmaker and writer currently based in Sydney, Australia.
Hannah Whittaker is a performance maker and installation artist, creating interactive installations, one on one encounters and digital performances.
Artist and writer currently living on a narrow boat on Regent’s Canal.
Helen Pritchard is an artist, and geographer.
"Walking, weathering, watching, experiencing. Recording, reflecting. And, when possible, reporting. Reworking. Revising. Walking again."
Born in Nigeria, Inua Ellams is a poet, playwright & performer, graphic artist & designer.
A Spanish artist who places miniature sculptures in public places around the world as part of an ongoing series called Cement Eclipses.
appearing courtesy of artist Calum F Kerr who expresses ideas through performance, sculpture, film and sound.
Jack is a writer, director and deviser working principally in live performance, but also across a range of audio, visual, online and analogue media.
James Jordan Johnson is an artist working in performance and sculpture. He grounds his work and research in performative and material histories, myth-making, and cultural collective memory.
James Marriot is an artist, activist and naturalist.
Jara is a culture mediator working through techocultures.
Jas Dhillon is a multimedia practitioner inspired by the people, script, language, symbolic objects...
Jasleen Kaur’s art is an ongoing exploration into the malleability of culture and the layering of social histories within the material and immaterial things that surround us.
Jay Griffiths is an award-winning author of more than six critically acclaimed books.
Jeannette Ehlers is a Copenhagen-based artist of Danish and Trinidadian descent whose practice takes shape experimentally across photography, video, installation, sculpture and performance.
Jem Cohen is a filmmaker and photographer from New York City.
Jo describers herself as "an award-winning, middle-aged, provincial, international artist".
John Walter is a London-based artist working across a diverse range of media including painting, performance, moving image, installation and curating.
Jon Blackwood is a reader in contemporary art at Gray's School of Art, Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen.
Jonathan Wright makes sculpture, installations and drawings, he observes and subverts functional structures that support and service our everyday lives.
Katrina Palmer works with stories that are distributed across found sites, audio environments, printed matter and performance.
Kayo Chingonyi was born in Zambia in 1987, moving to the UK at the age of six. He is the author of two pamphlets, and a fellow of the Complete Works programme for diversity and quality in British Poetry.
Lalita Bailey is a multimedia artist that believes creativity is the most liberating tool we have.
Lata Upadhyaya is a British Indian visual artist and social commentator, who migrated to the UK in the late nineties.