Rohini Jones

Rohini Jones’ work responds to themes of culture, race and gender. Tranquillity explores the idea of sacred locations and rituals.

Elinor Williams

Elinor Williams is an illustrator and animator. She is an artist living with chronic illness, and her work is driven by a fascination with human anatomy.

Samantha Murphy

Sam Murphy’s practice is heavily informed by feminist theory, literature, music and cinema. She examines emotions, desires and vulnerabilities.

Emilia Brassington-Jones

Using experiences of mental illness, Emilia Brassington-Jones creates visual representations of her mind through line and illusion.

Sasha Bykova

Sasha Bykova is interested in the role of pleasure, creating three-dimensional paintings that evoke a sense of freedom through their tangibility.

Tilly Thornborrow

Through a material-led practice, Tilly Thornborrow explores family photo albums from the viewpoint of a younger generation.

Daisy Ashworth

Daisy Ashworth is an artist whose work reflects the nostalgia surrounding childhood memories using images are from her own youth.

Jasmine McKnight

Central to Jasmine McKnight’s work is the use of artificial colours to create other worldly atmospheres and disorientating experiences.

Elliot Hutchinson

Elliot Hutchinson’s hand-drawn and painted images are hallucinatory, where fantastical characters are bound in new and intriguing ways.

Tallula Scrimshaw

Tallula Scrimshaw is best known for her installation pieces; tactile sculptures made from scrim and plaster or clay hang and drape to create tension.