We are currently engaged in a new project called KT-LAB: An Art Expedition. It’s a 2-3 year adventure in which we complete tasks set by specially selected Artists and creatives who then critique the work produced. See the stand-alone website for more information:
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Chin Keeler and Emma Tornero work collaboratively, suspending their individual artistic vision and preconceived ideas in an animated dialogue of polar styles. Both work on the same piece at the same time, intuitively sourcing imagery or deliberating on a concept or theme. In this way they create paintings and collages in which the impossible emerges as something perfectly natural, where characters play parts in an all-encompassing illusory world – a place of dreams, hallucinations and unkempt fantasy, inhabited by strange beings, beasts and insects living out their lives just beyond our peripheral vision.
KEELERTORNERO have cast their pantheon of favourite characters and atures in an epic soap opera in which seemingly unconnected events can be traced back to an unseen framework.
Presenting story-lines of impossible geometry, they stage a theatre of illusions and trap doors, where a fisherman from the island of Terschelling can rub shoulders with John Wayne trapped inside the body of a stag trying to escape his future by becoming the son of Mies van der Rohe. Lovingly mopping up the cultural fluff from the sofa crack of their brains, they attempt to salvage the sublime from the ridiculous.