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Ema, Art exhibitionist
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About Ema
I do street art exhibitions … well not exactly that, but exhibitions with street artists.  Also I manage artists.  I’ve done my shows here and now I want to expand.  I run these out of the gallery behind me. I used to work next door, and this space that became available. I knew I wanted my own area and was encouraged to take this leap of faith. There was one small bulb, the walls were green, full of holes and the place filled with rubbish basically. So for three days I locked myself away and created my gallery.

I left Bulgaria when I was 16. I‘ve had a passion for art since I can remember. There isn’t the same platform for art and what I wanted to do there, and I knew I would leave at one point.

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Josephine Howard, 23, Kent. Spatial Designer.
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About Josephine
“I moved back to London last week after living in Copenhagen for the past five years studying spatial design. My interest all started, embarrassingly enough, because of my love for musicals and how performing can be so transcendental! But soon enough I realised I lacked the singing gene and I guess I thought, if I can’t be in a musical I can still be a part of it through set design – and that’s what drew me to spatial design! The idea that you can tell stories through spaces, paint backdrops for people to experience and to forever remember, is why my dream is to design exhibitions and installations.”