Mark Orange was born in Belfast and completed a BA and MA in Fine Art at the University of Ulster. In 1993, he was a founder member of Belfast artist-run organisation Catalyst Arts. After completing a year on the PS1 International Studio Program in 1998, Mark has been based in New York, but continues to work and exhibit on both sides of the Atlantic. His work in film, audio, photography and installation has been included in recent exhibitions including: 'The Headless City', Tulca Festival of Visual Arts, Galway; 'Temporal Rendering: The Orpheus Building', Ulster University, Belfast; 'A False Sense', Catalyst Arts, Belfast; and 'Technically Sweet', Participant Inc and Anthology Film Archives, New York and Overgaden, Copenhagen. His work has been written about in newspapers and journals including Artforum, Art Monthly, CIRCA, and The Irish Times, and in 2011, he was selected as one of the representative Irish artists of the new millennium for the 'Creative Ireland: The Visual Arts' publication.

Niall McCullough is a founder and director of McCullough Mulvin Architects, an innovative contemporary architecture and urban design practice based in Dublin, making schools, libraries and galleries & houses, working to redefine the public realm, dealing with Ireland's diffuse light and stark materiality. The practice has an unusual combination of interest in contemporary architecture and old buildings, being Grade 1 conservation architects; there is an exploration of the resonance between old things and new ones, relationships explored in projects like Waterford and Rush Libraries, the Model Arts and Niland Gallery or the Dublin Dental Hospital. Niall has published several books, including 'A Lost Tradition', 'Palimpsest' and 'Dublin: An Urban History', and McCullough Mulvin's buildings have received multiple awards and nominations from the AAI, RIAI, Mies Van Der Rohe, Opus Architecture, and Europa Nostra Awards.

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