Kai is a Research Fellow at Leeds College of Art, Fellow of the Royal Society of the Arts, AHRC Peer Review Member and 2017 International Commissions Panel member for Unlimited, a £2 million, three-year programme funded by Arts Council England and Creative Scotland. As visual director, artist and researcher, her work have toured 450 shows including dOCUMENTA, 8th ASEAN Para Games Ceremonies, and Biennale of Sydney, at MOMA, ZKM, ICA and Dom Muzyki et al. Upon completing her PhD at the Slade School of Fine Art, she founded the pioneering RUN! RUN! RUN! International Festival of Running in 2014, which has since 2016 been re-named the RUN! RUN! RUN! Biennale. The success of the first run has led to the set up of the RUN! RUN! RUN! International Body for Research, a research framework which explores running as a critical and creative toolkit to engage with the self, others, the city, technology and non-logocentric modes of thinking. Recognition for Kai’s work includes the SFIFF Golden Gate Award and Japan Foundation artist-in-residency award. Her works are collected by the Museum of London, Wellcome Trust and Fukuoka Art Museum.


Photo and video artist and lecturer based in Cardiff, Wales who looks at the female aging body socially and culturally, and in her video ‘Breath / Mind / Muscle’ uses running as a starting point that draws out a range of complex and sometimes conflicting moments. Currently, she is working with nine other artists exploring a variety of issues around the decommissioning of the last remaining Magnox nuclear power station in the UK at Wylfa in Anglesey, north Wales. Power in the Land will be exhibited in late 2015-2016.


Performance-based artist and tutor in London, who explores movement and the role of the body in drawing by using the runner as a drawing device. Marking territory and making lines through the landscape, Carali considers the camera as ‘viewer’ and experiments with ways to record, document and present the body as both subject and object. Recent exhibitions and presentations of work include, Gallery 46, Whitechapel London, 2016, Metal at Southend on Sea 2016, Performing Site, Falmouth University 2014, Draw to Perform, Performance Space, London, 2013 and Again and Again and Again: Serial Formats and Repetitive Actions, Vancouver Art Gallery, Canada, 2012.

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