WAVE Collective consists of four female artists working across a multitude of disciplines. WAVE Collective aims to offer a platform for emerging artists to display their artistic practice, both online and through consistent themed exhibitions at Camel by the Green.
Waves are distinctive in their core, each unique in their way of expression, dealing with the personal struggle we each face through reality. Floating in this endless expanse, we keep our heads above, always seeking answers.
WAVE brings forward new talent, new ideas and manifestations from the current generation of artists, working in a variety of mediums, ranging from photography, moving image, poetry and more. At times like these, we seek art more than ever to represent and interpret the world around us; no matter if expressed through a personal mode or political fervour.
In September 2017, WAVE opened their first exhibition titled 'Feigning Intimacy', acting dually as the launch of WAVE Collective, the show displayed the work of all four artists paving way for a series of themed free open call exhibitions.
Agnese Gutovska works predominantly with photography, video art and installation. Often poetic, provocative and visually seductive her work explores the ambiguous spaces between oppositional binary poles: reality and artifice, conscious and subconscious, connection and disconnection, object and identity. It’s the work of a dream and of beautiful nightmares. Inspired by Surrealism’s unfiltered perception of the world, the artist takes identities and objects which are familiar and attempts to create other-worldly realities which are her own.
Bianca Trombi is a 24 year old Italian student based in London. She is a multidisciplinary artist with interest in photography, moving image, editorial design and a newly discovered passion for curating and art direction.
Victoria Jouvert is a New York born London based visual artist who works across a multitude of mediums including photography, installation, and writing. She is a visual artist who works across a multitude of mediums including photography, installation and spoken and written word. Jouvert’s work is deeply rooted in memory and the balance between the present and the past often touching upon the nostalgic and melancholic. She is currently fascinated by time, distance, and love.
Dorota Beau-Ingle is a London based visual artist. She has established her practice working with images and installation. Design and composition are the most compelling dimensions of her non-representational works. Using domestic, abstract and found objects to create new structures, she invents alternative languages in her photographs. These inanimate objects are arranged to produce metaphorical and symbolical insights. She also brings a feminist perspective to domestic space and mental health, using documentary photography. These projects are conceived through personal experience, and the need to discuss social taboos.