While myths of beauty and ideas around body shape, fitness, even obesity are hotly debated in mainstream culture, some people have found acceptance in new movements, formed new alliances, and set in motion new ideas, they are “LOVED.” Those ideas are explored in the gallery production of "LOVED," now available for (masked) viewing in London:
Velorose, 1B Charterhouse Square, London, UK, EC1M 6EE
velorose.com / Lasting until August 7, from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m., Monday to Friday. (Free) Tickets: loved.gallery / Instagram.com/uk.loved.collective/
Charlie Hunter is an illustrator/artist working in mixed media, print and digital.
His illustration work has appeared in the Sunday Times, GQ and the BBC. He has also done book covers for Fourth Estate and Orion.
Charlie has always pursued his personal art projects in tandem with his advertising work. Over the last 10 years his artwork has been in group shows in Australia, Toronto, Manchester, and London. He has also had his artwork published in three Bruno Gmunder Anthologies, Hair, Big Love and Fur: The Love of Hair.
Mike Wyeld is a sound artist and film maker and is interested in the methods and processes of creating sound, and in listening. Mike’s sound design work has been heard in galleries around the world, including the Victoria and Albert Museum, Boston Museum of Fine Art, and Sonar D in Barcelona, among many others.
As a Sound Designer and Mixer his work has been heard on the BBC and Channel 4 in the UK in addition to Adult Swim in the United States. Mike has written for Harper Collins Publishers, Lawrence and Wishart and MTV.
Mike Wyeld is a Lecturer in Sound Design and Post-Production in Film and Television in the School of Creative Arts on BA and MA programmes at the University of Hertfordshire.