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SURREAL ART GROUP EXHIBITION

 

Exhibition dates: 6th - 19th August 2016

 

Although the dream is a very strange phenomenon and an inexplicable mystery, far more inexplicable is the mystery and aspect our minds confer on certain objects and aspects of life.

Giorgio de Chirico

 

What is Surrealism?

 

Surrealism is the dictation of thought which has been locked – in the absence of all reason-driven control – outside any aesthetic and moral preoccupation.

 

The 504 Gallery presents Surreal Art: a group exhibition exploring the artwork of both local and international emerging artists.

 

The collection showcases the diversely interpreted creative legacy of the Surreal movement’s origins. Exploring the unconscious to unlock the imagination’s power, the surrealists believed that the rational mind repressed conscious creativity, weighing it down with taboos.

 

Artists painted unnerving, logic-defying scenes, sculpting strangeness, and developing painting techniques that unleashed living dreams.

 

Surreal Art had a great reception in London. There, a Surrealist group developed. According to Andrea Breton – Surrealism’s founder, and the writer of its first manifesto – the group’s 1936 London International Surrealist Exhibition was a high point of the period, and became the model for international exhibitions.

 

And, still in London, this show at The 504 Gallery Room celebrates Surrealism’s seamless insanity – and its eternal power to express our experience of the world.

 

Cristiana Elena Iannelli

Art Historian

 

ARTISTS INVOLVED

 

Antonio Caramia was born in Grottaglie, where he currently lives and works for many years . He loves painting considering it as a“moment of alienation, to lose his consciousness”. Antonio owns a private studio in the center of his town, Grottaglie, well known place for the ceramic produced, and he will open a new Art Gallery the 19th December 2016. He works as Professor of High School teaching Drawing and History of Art . His background is mainly artistic; he attended the Art Institute School and he obtained different qualifications studying at the Academy of Fine Arts, Cultural Heritage and Master’s Degree.

Antonio exhibited in many exhibitions and galleries including Paris and London, winning several painting’s awards.

 

Iulian Arsenie

From classical techniques to references from the classics (Velazquez, Caravaggio, Bascenis, Vermeer, Rembrandt, Van Dyck, etc. ) the modern (Dali, Munch, Klimt, Picasso, Miro, Bouguereau, etc.) and the post modern artists (Jean James, Borremans, Usle, Samori, etc.), his works reveal many influences and tendencies that have been in a continuous vertigo of manners and concepts after the first Renaissance period and ever since.

Itziar Ortiz Gonzalez was born in Quintanar de la Orden, Spain, in 1993. She studied Fine Arts at the University

of Castilla La Mancha in Spain, and the Akademia Sztuk Pięknych in Warsaw. She is currently studying the MA

Animation at the University of Arts in London.

 

Jonathan Graham born in Scotland, in 1976, Jonathan explores consciousness’ origin in the causal flows of the universe: from source, to present awareness. The Latin world’s intuitive, emotional reason, and its mathematical linguistics, inspire and enlighten him. Working with paint, poetry and performance, he celebrates the clear, analytical ardour of ego-free vision, and its ready agility in refracting truth with beauty. His work shows humanity as a Jungian web of conscious nodes, whose incident empathy beams each contribute to a light-borne, societal nervous system: which extends intra-corporal sensory awareness to extra-corporal social awareness, via communicative vibrations.

 

Laura Fitzpatrick has been taken photographs for over 10years. She is an Urban photographer based in south London, who use reflections to creative interesting and unique images of London.

Most of her reflection photography is created early on her free Sunday mornings, come rain or shine.

She feels that this is the perfect time of day/week,to really see and enjoy all the beauty this large city has to offer. Her favourite quote about London is

“I've been walking about London for the last thirty years, and I find something fresh in it every day.” Walter Besant, on his deathbed, June 1901.

 

Kirsty Mclean is an artist based in London UK. She creates original artwork within the theme of nature and organic forms. Her love for vibrant colours and surreal forms is evident within her artwork. She is inspired by the various emotions and colours linked to different settings and tries to create the impression of a specific moment or place through the use of abstract shapes.

She predominantly works through drawing and painting and rarely works from images. Instead choosing to rely on experiences and emotions to guide the development of the piece.

As a graduate of The Arts University Bournemouth she has been involved in numerous artistic endeavors, such as creating festival decor for The Secret Garden Party and designing puppets for a Youth Production of James And The Giant Peach.

 

S.R. Jimmy

“I have been involved in Art since childhood. I have been living in the UK since 2005, after I finished a degree in Sweden and currently work here. I Work in eclectic mediums that can broadly be defined as Conceptual Art.

My works cover painting, installation, video art, sound art, kitsch, pastiche, book art etc; some undefined.

I use found objects and/or ‘bought objects’ sometimes to say or show as I experience the Time in relation to Art. End of the day I believe every moment can be art-moments if we infer the tangible and/or even intangible objects/moments to the Art History.

At present I am working on a ‘project’ that I call Media or Intellectual Graffiti. For this project I published my works in Art Review magazine”.

 

Paolo Penitente

is not an artist, is not a poet.

He grew up amid the tomato plants in rural Potenza in the south of Italy (Basilicata).

His work is deeply personal, expressing the emotional complexity of his internal world.

He paints to feel as well as to challenge himself.

He enjoys the quiet, reflective moments in front of a canvas, the freedom from the constraints of verbal language and the physicality of the gesture. Paolo paints to create a feeling of kinship rather then out of a desire

for fame or financial success.

Often combining painting and sculpture, he grounds his work in a physical reality to create a gateway into his

abstract emotions.

 

Sarah McKenzie is an artist and illustrator living in South London her work os concerned with the female psyche and is influenced by gooddess feminism and jungian psychology. She uses collage, screen printing and intuitive line to create unique pieces of work.

She has a BA(hons) in illustration from Edinburgh college of Art and she is working towards an MA in Art Psychotherapy ar Roehampton Univesrity.

 

 

 

CONTEMPORARY VISIONS GROUP EXHIBITION

 

Exhibition dates: 24th June – 8th July 2016

 

The 504 Gallery is excited to present Contemporary Visions, a group exhibition exploring the artwork of both local and international artists.

The collection showcases different viewpoints and perceptions – as revealed by the distinct approaches to Contemporary Art of each piece.

Inspired by both past and contemporary influences, they speak many languages and styles, communicating and expressing their concept-illuminating perspectives.

From the representational to the surreal, and the realist to the abstract, each art form featured represents a particular vision – to be interpreted in different ways.

Live painting will also take place at the Private View, on Friday, 24th June. This is a form of visual performance art, in which artists complete an art piece as a public performance – wherever that might be. The performance involves four basic elements: time, space, the performer's body or presence in the medium, and the relationship between performer and audience.

The actions, at a given place and time, constitute the work.

 

Sado-Romance by Jonathan Graham

 

The painting process shares dreams and visions: thought-refracted and brush-danced. Longing, echoed voyages, my paintings breathe dreams from the Devine Feminine's sado-romantic lullaby; they carry me, the canvas-woven pixels guiding my mind with their matrix of angled shadows. Natural harmonics lift me up -- hence the massaging, extrapolating induction of my tantric accompaniment: europop's warm, sidereal rhythm and siren vocals, whose dulcet wilderness presses beats deep; tickling the spine, as sedate, pre-1950s popular music could but rarely.

Sado-Romance sees harmony dance with thought -- and tickle space, to tell its story.

 

 

Cristiana Elena Iannelli

Art Historian

 

 

ARTISTS INVOLVED

 

Amanda Denise Graham is a London based self-taught artist who specialises in portraits using pen, water colour and mixed media. After graduating from the University of Arts London with a Masters in Marketing and Communication, she embarked on a combining her love and passion for arts within the creativeindustries. 

Today, she is the Creative Director and owner of hand-painted footwear brand called Printed Soles, focusing on custom designed shoes, which are unique, bespoke andcolourful.

www.amandadenisegraham.com

 

Ana Beatriz Diaz Perez born in Seville in 1988, where she studied, and started working with illustration.

Since her art’s childhood inception, drawing has fascinated her.

In 2014, she studied for some months in Perugia, Italy; a small city, yet an important cultural centre. A few years ago, she started painting in watercolours. She currently lives in London, where she actually continues to illustrate books, along side her painting and exhibiting.

 

Belinda J. Nailon born in Albury, NSW Australia and raised in rural Victoria. 

Currently lives andworks in London. 

Belinda has always sought to understand experiences from a broader perspective. 

She uses art to gather new insights and clarity, to expand/connect with a deeper sense of meaning. 

She reveals these insights in her work and invites the viewer to sense their own connection to the collective undercurrent and greater awareness self.

As she says: "I'd like to stick all the words floating around in my head onto a pottery wheel and spin them into an interesting shape, or paint them onto canvas until they make some kind of sense.

Some folk like to form worlds with words, I like to form worlds with my hands and leave all the verbal constructs behind." http://www.belindajnailon.co.uk/

 

Diana Peisley is a Contemporary Artist based in Hampshire UK, using video, installation , photography, painting and collage. Inherent to her practice is the exploration of an inner world, an unseen world of feeling and memory. She's captivated by images that inspire and instigate meditation on the connection between the internal and external worlds which each individual inhabits, triggering a heightened awareness of “the other”, the infinite, the eternal. Combining and layering images can develop further layers of memory and nostalgia, transforming them, making them more substantial, creating tension and a feeling of unease. 

Manipulating and playing with images using a variety of media creates a diversity and interest, whilst furthering and understanding of various methods and the creative process.

She continues to work with different media, particularly film, collage and paint experimenting with a variety of subject matter, whether internal or external, ancient or modern, mythical or everyday. It is a continuous process of discovery and exploration, endeavouring to construct an enigmatic narrative, which is open to individual interpretation, encouraging the viewer to use his imagination to create his own story. 

http://www.dipeisleyart.co.uk/dipeisleyart.co.…/WELCOME.html

 

Giorgio Rinaldi, born in Rome, 16/06/1988

Studied at the III° Art High school “Mario Mafai”, Cultural Heritage, 2002-2007

Studied how to mould clay and how to paint and decorate ceramics; II level Class 2005-2006. Worked as a set decorator in theatres, while studying acting classes. Writes poetries, novels, short stories same as plays.

Personal Exhibitions

26 May 2011, Dodici Pose, via casilina, The Drunken Boat;

22 April 2011, Klandestino, via del Lido, Sights and visions;

17 April 2011, Zwami, via A. Zanetta, Double glance;

Collective exhibitions

2010, four collectives at TeFenua Gallery, Ostia Antica;

April 2009, Canale Monterano, “The forms of Nature and her personifications”

 

Jonathan Graham born in Scotland, in 1976, Jonathan explores consciousness’ origin in the causal flows of the universe: from source, to present awareness. The Latin world’s intuitive, emotional reason, and its mathematical linguistics, inspire and enlighten him.

Working with paint, poetry and performance, he celebrates the clear, analytical ardour of ego-free vision, and its ready agility in refracting truth with beauty.

His work shows humanity as a Jungian web of conscious nodes, whose incident empathy beams each contribute to a light-borne, societal nervous system: which extends intra-corporal sensory awareness to extra-corporal social awareness, via communicative vibrations.

wavesexcite.com

 

Niccolo’ Muccio was born in Rome, in 1987. 

He graduated from high school of art " Mario Mafai", based in Rome. 

He attended " La sapienza ", University of Rome, where he hearned a Bachelor's degree in Film.

In 2010 he obtained a diploma in filmmaking from the famous school "New York Film Academy".

He has directed some music videos, a short film and some experimental works. He worked as assistant director for the awarded webseries Interno Giorno, of which he was also co-writer. 

Currently, in addition to working on a documentary about the artists in London, he writes poetry, short stories, screenplays and he dedicated himself to painting.

 

Paolo Penitenteis not an artist, is not apoet.

He grew up amid the tomato plants inruralPotenza inthe south of Italy (Basilicata).

His work is deeply personal, expressing the emotional complexity of his internal world.

He paints to feel as well asto challenge himself.

He enjoys the quiet, reflective moments in front of a canvas, the freedom from the constraints of verbal language andthephysicalityof the gesture.

Paolo paints to create a feeling of kinship rather then out of a desire for fame or financial success.

Often combining painting and sculpture, he grounds his work in a physical reality to create a gateway into his abstract emotions.

 

Tim Lord Born in Leeds 1985, he currently lives in Shropshire,U.K.

Self taught artist featured in Catapult Art mag USA issue 25 and Out of the Dark. Gothic Art publication UK. 

Intern for Roth Management and working in partnership with Fusion Arts community centre Oswestry.

Myartworksisbornoffrustrationanddrivenbypassion, 

I hope to inspire others to follow their dreams.

https://m.facebook.com/Timlordart

 

 

PORTRAITS GROUP EXHIBITION

 

Exhibition dates: 2nd – 16th June 2016

 

The 504 Gallery Room presents Portraits: a group exhibition exploring the artworks of both local and international artists, and celebrating the current renaissance and reinterpretation of this classic genre.

The exhibition showcases various expressions of portraiture from timeless pencil drawings to the new media of digital photographs, variously influenced by different movements during the Nineteenth century such as Surrealism and the Pop Art movement as the exhibition shows.

Portraiture is an ancient art form which flourished about 5,000 years ago, going right back to ancient Egypt.

In the past, and until photography, the only way to record someone’s physical appearance was a painted, drawn or sculpted portrait. However, this genre has always been more than a mere record, and often indicative of power, virtue, importance, and much more qualities.

In the Nineteenth Century, photography became the most important medium of traditional portraiture, making premium pieces affordable to almost everyone.

Since the 1990s, further technological spread has seen portrait artists add video to their repertoire, to create living portraits, even as original, manual portrait painting extends its unending journey through the Twenty First Century.

 

Cristiana Elena Iannelli

Art Historian

 

 

 

ARTISTS INVOLVED

 

Clare Clark My pictures are produced by layering digital photographs and using effects to mould the image further. My aim is to build a narrative between the layered images. These pictures are part of The Emergence of my Combined Self. This project explores the effects of emotional shock and tries to open the lines of communication between the past and the present, allowing a union to emerge.

 

Giorgio Rinaldi, born in Rome, 16/06/1988

Studied at the III° Art High school “Mario Mafai”, Cultural Heritage, 2002-2007

Studied how to mould clay and how to paint and decorate ceramics; II level Class 2005-2006. Worked as a set decorator in theatres, while studying acting classes.

Writes poetries, novels, short stories same as plays.

Personal Exhibitions

26 May 2011, Dodici Pose, via casilina, The Drunken Boat;

22 April 2011, Klandestino, via del Lido, Sights and visions;

17 April 2011, Zwami, via A. Zanetta, Double glance;

Collective exhibitions

2010, four collectives at TeFenua Gallery, Ostia Antica;

April 2009, Canale Monterano, “The forms of Nature and her personifications”

 

Jonathan Graham born in Scotland, in 1976, Jonathan explores consciousness’ origin in the causal flows of the universe: from source, to present awareness. The Latin world’s intuitive, emotional reason, and its mathematical linguistics, inspire and enlighten him.

Working with paint, poetry and performance, he celebrates the clear, analytical ardour of ego-free vision, and its ready agility in refracting truth with beauty.

His work shows humanity as a Jungian web of conscious nodes, whose incident empathy beams each contribute to a light-borne, societal nervous system: which extends intra-corporal sensory awareness to extra-corporal social awareness, via communicative vibrations.

wavesexcite.com

 

Kate Marr was born and grew up in Surrey and now lives and works as a portrait artist in North London. Here she creates drawings and paintings of people and pets from photographs on a commission basis. She works in charcoal, graphite, gouache and oil mediums. Kate studied Fine Art at Plymouth University, where she incorporated 2D work with digital video and contemporary dance.

Afterwards she decided to focus on portraiture. Kate’s favourite part in creating a portrait is when she sees the character of the person or pet form on the page and come to life.

 

LPI Photography focuses on Fashion, Arts & Design and Events photography, actively engaging with the urban environment. Working collaboratively within 504 Gallery and 504 Studio, based at the heart of Shoreditch. LPI Photography captures the glamour of such a vibrant environment through a meticulous eye`s for details. It combines a fusion of artistic photography and street-style through a conceptual approach to the camera by revealing unexpected details.

LPI Photography works with emerging artists and fashion designers capturing all the aesthetic aspects of their works, alongside documenting their process. A particular attention to materials, fabrics, and design distinguishes the approach to the camera; similarly, it celebrates the essence of social happenings, focusing on events` photography.

The works are characterized by vivid details which find an unexpected new meaning by being enlarged within the photographic surface; the specific trait of LPI Photography is defined as intriguing, appealing, and glamourous offering an aesthetic experience to the viewer.

 

Mimi Evripidou was born in Luton, England in 1983. Mimi works predominantly in the medium of painting in oil and acrylic. Mimi completed her degree in Art and Design at the University of the Arts in 2006.

She has been painting since 2013 as a way to channel her feelings of the world around her. Mimi currently lives and works in Hackney London.

 

Stephan Andreas Painter and sculptor born in the fringes of East Berlin at a time when the first plaster crumbled down the Berlin Wall. His work explores greed, crisis and downfall as well as human convention. It has been exhibited at Spring Studio New York; Alchemical Theatre Laboratory and Funkhaus Berlin amongst others. He completed his undergraduate studies in social work at the Alice Salomon University of Applied Sciences Berlin. He is a recipient of the Fulbright scholarship, which has enabled his arts studies at New York University's Gallatin School of Individualized Studies, where he majored in arts and public policy.

Exhibitions

Les Cousins Fous, Berlin, Solo Exhibition „Hands – Servants of Action“ 2016

COFFI, Berlin, Performance Exhibition "Stehaufmaennchen" 2015

Funkhaus Berlin, Berlin, Gruppenausstellung "Unbound" 2014

Spring Studio SoHo, New York, Gruppenausstellung "The Battle of Drawing" 2013

Alchemical Laboratory, New York "Trauma: The Burden of Impossible Memory" 2012

Jerry H. Labowitz Gallery "Narrowed Augmentation", 2011

Publications

ARC Magazin, Art Recognition Culture, The Caribbean, 2012

Ripped Art - G11, New York, 2011

smArt Action, New York, San Juan, 2012

Awards

Modern Arts Foundation, Fantasy Fountain Fund, 2013

Alchemical Laboratory, Research Scholarship, 2013

NYU Gallatin Dean's Scholarship, 2012

Fulbright, Foreign Research Scholarship, 2011

 

Vishal Joshi, from Leicester, England has grown with a passion for creativity at his fingertips. His style has consistently been of a modern classical nature, he uses a variety of media from paint, ink or pencil to make marks that construct the body of his subject. He has focused professionally on people and faces but he is currently venturing into the fields of nature to explore what truly inspires him; life.

Vishal has spent the last 5 years building his own business whilst promising his love for art that he will return home soon. Today we will see two older pieces from Vishal’s archive from 2010.

 

 

 

ABSTRACT ART GROUP EXHIBITION

 

Exhibition dates: 13th – 27th May 2016

 

The 504 Gallery Room is excited to present Abstract Art: a group exhibition emphasizing the artworks of both national and international artists.

The show explores the various elements, forms, colours and lines typical of this movement – and which are the graphic parents of the work.

 

Each piece showcases different, technically empowered, forms of expression; from the colourfield to the action painting, offering vital, alternative ways of describing visual experiences and feelings, spawned by this complex period of contemporary art – and inviting us to interpret, freely.

 

Music played a key role in this particuclar movement: as an art form which used abstract elements of sound, arranged through divisions of time. Thus music artists could evoke images in listeners’ minds with sound alone.

 

Wasilly Kandinsky was a particularly notable artist to explore sound through his painting – considering, as he did, music to be the most transcendent form of non-objective art.

 

All our senses respond to various stimuli but the senses are connected at a deeper aesthetic level.

Charles Baudelaire

 

This show will float us down to it.

 

 

Cristiana Elena Iannelli

Art Historian

 

 

ARTISTS INVOLVED

 

Aivars Kisnics, currently lives and works in Latvia, Liepaja.

After graduation, he starts the profession of navigator, imparted from his father. In particular it makes career as captain of fishing vessels in the Baltic Sea and from 1999 he is working as a pilot boats captain in the port of Liepaja. He is interested in Art since childhood, but his focused interest in oil medium grows up from 2005.

His paintings are characterized by multiple abstractions, articulated by strong expressive impulses, like substantial fragments tissue on the surface of canvas. His relationship with the sea, and his profession will influence him in a particular way for his creations. The meeting with sky and sea and also the sky and horizon guide his painting emphasized by interaction between horizontal and vertical lines. The almost topographical surface of his paintings could suggests and allows various associations such as life and rebirth, erosion and destruction, danger, unconscious and divine.

 

Aneta Barglik, from Poland is inspired by life, individualism, clearness, artless of the form no matter what trends and standards are.

She polished her painting at professor Boleslaw Polnar’s workshop. 

Today, she is deepening it at the Art Institute Academy Jana Długasza in Częstochowa, Poland. As she says: " It is not enough to look.. ...to express – it is everything..."

 

Brittany Redman is an Australian Abstract Artist who began painting professionally in 2014 when she founded her brand Happy as Flynn. Last August she moved to London to further her career as an Artist and travel. She uses a variety of bright colours and textures to captivate her audience and bring the paintings to life. Since moving to London has displayed work in her local Gallery, commissioned a few large pieces for foyers and reception areas and Painted a 43m Hoarding at Peckham Rye.

 

Daniela Lamont was born in Romania during the Communist era. Even though her worklife revolved around Finance and Accounting, her passion has always been the Arts. In 2011, Daniela moved her base to London and began to paint. Now she lives half the year in London and the other half in Gran Canaria and paints in both locations. She is self-taught and has grown as an artist through excercise, practise and absorbing all around her. 

Many of Daniela´s paintings are now in private collections in Romania, Spain and the UK. All her paintings are an expression of herself, her feelings and soul.

They are also inspired by the sky, the sounds of the ocean, the colours around her and the music she listens to while making them. Each piece has a personal meaning for her. Her work is full of vibrant colours, textures, dynamics and optimism. Daniela paints on canvas using acrylics. 

As she says: ¨Art is the only place you can do what you like .... that is Freedom.”.

 

Fedele Barletta currently lives and works in Genova (Italy) from many years.

After graduation in Arts High School, he starts from a figurative painting, through a new self-seeking with exeprimental sculptures using recycled material that conceptually remind and resume the well know Duchamp’s readymade.

He continues his artistic career moving to an abstract painting that suggests free interpretation, surrounded by a painterly and gestual impulse that leads his strong suite metropolitan profiles, abstract and perceptible at the same time.

 

Kalisaur is a largely self taught artist. She is expanding on her palette and experimenting with new techniques and genres. Totally uninfluenced by accepted conventions of life in general and estranged by the people around her, she lives in a world that allows her own imagination to decide on the shape and colour of anything she cares to paint and it is that freedom that fuels her originality. Her artworks often depict upon her emotional complications, divergence and conflicting mind sets, expressed through the variety of layers, brush strokes, bold colours and entirely random aspects which seemingly collide to produce a marvellous feat when composed together.

Providing a relief from her darkness by creating such vibrant and varied pieces she aims to expose the beautiful brutality of living with mental health and a highly confused mind.

 

Kathlyn Pagador is a multidisciplinary artist residing in the art of London. Born in Filipino. Inspired by natural formation, the drive to continue exploration, textural ,earthy harmony that is transferred from minute details of quotidian living, the ethernal and its organic contours is the result of an on going series: " Untitled: Plans&Chances". By exploring the branches of metaphysics which is largely influenced by philosophy, these are transmuted through mixed media paintings and the artist state of mind through shortfilm installation. 

Kathlyn is usually found experimenting with a variety of mediums which are transcended from observing the state of "being" or giving gifts to strongers as part of " Give more. Be more" project or somewhere delibarately getting lost in able to enhance new findings.

 

Kayava is an artist, born and raised in Haiti since 1984 where he still lives. 

He paints since he's 12 when his uncle gave him his first pencils. Years and years of self-teaching have led him to create his own style, his own subjects, and his own stories."His art is guided by his dreams. Night and day. Dark and magic. He lives with spirits. They are part of him. He can see them, feel them, talk to them, represent them. They inspire the lines, the forms, the colours of his art. Their shadows guide his inspiration. His art reflects the prophecy of the spirits. It expresses deep mystic, intrinsic, abyssal messages. His art is his inner. He is a messenger. Through

 

Myriam Achour is French-Algerian. She was born in Charentes (South west of France) and grew up in Paris. She's been living in London for 2 years. when she grow up, she wanna be a painter.

Years haven't wiped away this ambition, she still paints with passion. 

She loves playing with contrasts, opposing multitude of shapes, elements and lights.She says: "Painting is very personal to me, it is solitary but it is also a way to communicate my instincts… this is probably the reason why it’s hard to put it into words"

 

Djset Augustine (Leanna Ciciriello) currently lives and works as a dj Producer in Potenza (Italy).

After many experiences as a singer in a band group, she decide to dedicate herself in a solo project playing ambient, downtempo and IDM music. She starts to play dj set during different music events flanking by emerging electronic artists, both National and International. Currently she attends an Electronic Music Class at Conservatory based in Potenza focused on musical composition.