Each of the artists involved in the trionym collaboration have also worked extensively in the arts alongside their own individual creative practices. For additional information, and more extensive examples of previous work, please see the following CVs and artist’s site links:
Ahn Wells is a Newcastle-based artist and curator, owner of Gallery 139 and founder of Independent Galleries Newcastle. After volunteering and spending time with other artists and within other galleries, she decided to launch a gallery that supports emerging and professional artists in Newcastle.
Alison Smith’s background is in advertising and commercial media and she has been actively involved as co-director and co-curator of artist run spaces in Newcastle. She was also a co-founder of Pumphouse Design School and now works as a studio manager.
Caelli Jo Brooker
Caelli Jo Brooker works in design, art and education exploring mark-making, materiality, typography, print, drawing and abstraction across analogue and digital spheres. Her background is as a designer, arts administrator and ARI gallery director, and she lectures in Design at The University of Newcastle.