Mical Noelson, originally from London, of English and Caribbean descent. Studied art & design at Camberwell college of arts before moving on to Chelsea College of art. He approaches his digital work much the same way he approaches his physical pieces, working on many at the same time, looking at and digesting them, and destroying many in editing waves to distill moments and gestures in their rawest forms. He attempts to ground his mark making and abstract explorations with some kind of narrative based pronouncement in text, be it from mythological stories, historical events or gutter fantasy from contemporary life. The text must have an intrinsic poetry in itself and maintain the momentum of the markings. Leaving evidence through pressed and kneaded fingerprints, scratches and flurries of gestures. There is a hope to create some kind of uncanny relic that keeps your eye moving across the surface, the ”dirtiness” giving a sense of something that was never ”new”.