has been Curator at Standpoint since 2006. She develops and facilitates all programmes at Standpoint. Fiona is an artist, trained at Chelsea College of Art and Leeds Polytechnic. Her research interests include the encounter between human and non-human, and between information and imagination. She works in painting, sculpture, video and drawing, brought together as interdisciplinary installations or remaining as discreet objects. Fiona was an Abbey Fellow in Painting at the British School at Rome in 2011, her solo shows include Woodland Portrit Project at Peacock Visual Arts, Aberdeen and Kaleidoscope, Sevenoaks in 2015, Morphology at Maddox Arts in 2009, Anthropoflora at Long and Ryle 2007 and Habitat at Phoenix Brighton in 2006.
Carla Wright joined Standpoint as Residencies Coordinator in January 2015. Carla is an artist and a co-director of Vulpes Vulpes, an artist group founded in 2009 hosting exhibitions, performances and educational workshops. She is also a founding member of Ursus housing cooperative.
Graham Bignell is the Chair of Standpoint. He is a conservator and letterpress printer.
Michael Taylor is the Gallery Director and founder of the Mark Tanner Sculpture Award. He is an etching and lithographer printer.
Nicola Tassie is the Education Director at Standpoint. She is a ceramicist.