Rebecca Lewin is Exhibitions Curator at Serpentine Galleries, London, where she has curated shows including DAS INSTITUT, Michael Craig-Martin, Duane Hanson, Pascale Marthine Tayou, Cerith Wyn Evans, Ed Atkins, Martino Gamper and Wael Shawky. She has worked on outdoor commissions by Michael Craig-Martin and Bertrand Lavier and the 2013 Serpentine Pavilion by Sou Fujimoto. She has also produced independent exhibitions, including the forthcoming 'A Partition' at Cell Project Space (2016), ‘The Palace of Green Porcelain’ at Breese Little Gallery (2013) and ‘Pertaining to things natural…’ at the Chelsea Physic Garden (2012). Her essay on the collaborative practice of DAS INSTITUT has just been published by the Serpentine Galleries and Koenig books.

Jenny Lindén Urnes is the owner and Chairman of Lindéngruppen, a family business based in Sweden, focusing on long-term development of industrial companies, including Winsor & Newton and Liquitex. Jenny is the Chairman of the Färgfabriken Foundation, a centre for contemporary art and architecture in Stockholm. With a passionate interest in art, she also chairs the jury for the Beckers Art Award. Established in 1987, this award has been given to several of Sweden's most innovative and exciting young artists. 

Becca Pelly-Fry is Head Curator for ColArt International. Becca took up post as Griffin Gallery Director in January 2013, and has since curated the majority of the exhibitions at the gallery including Water + Colour, Drawing into Sculpture, Two Truths, Selective Memories, and PERFECTIoNISM (Parts I and II). Becca originally trained as a sculptor at Northumbria University; after graduating she began her curatorial career as gallery manager and curator at The Biscuit Factory Gallery in Newcastle. Her career path then took a side step into public sector arts management, working as Operations and Events Manager for Durham City Arts, followed by three years as Arts Development Officer at Kensington & Chelsea Council and a similar role at Camden Council.  Becca is now Head Curator for ColArt International, with responsibility for Directorship of Griffin Gallery and The Fine Art Collective global education programme, and advising the global Winsor & Newton and Liquitex teams on working with artists worldwide.  Becca also sits on the selection panel for the Queen Elizabeth Scholarship Trust, which supports emerging British artists and craftspeople.

Vicky Wright completed her MA Fine Art at Goldsmiths in 2008. Recent solo shows include: The Garments of the Dominators, Josh Lilley Gallery, London (2012); The Informants, Josh Lilley Gallery, London (2010).  group exhibitions include: John Moores painting prize 2007, Temporary Accommodation at the Whitechapel Gallery (2001),  The Hecklers, New Art Gallery Walsall, Walsall; Deception of the Eye, Special Effects in Contemporary Art, Kunsthalle Wilhelmshaven, Germany MUTAGEN, ASC Gallery, London (both 2013); The Dorian Project, Second Guest, New York (2012) and Making Familiar, Temple Bar Gallery, Dublin (2012). Vicky Wright is represented by the Josh Lilley Gallery and lives and works in London. She has taught at various colleges and programmes including Irish Visual Arts, Dublin 2012 and worked on public art commissions including the Bow arts Trust.