Carys Tupper

Digital Dreams explores the relationship between physical and digital worlds. Sculpture, projected film and photography break boundaries.

George Mapston

George Mapston’s project was born from the Covid-19 pandemic, and a fascination with how the family unit can communicate exclusively digitally.

Annie Brown

“I don’t want to create timid or feeble paintings. Every mark must be bold and confident,” says Annie Brown, an artist creating large scale works.

Jodie Bateman

Jodie Bateman’s series challenges UK society to view Muslim women differently, by inviting the viewer into their private spaces.

Sam Webster

Sam Webster’s White Rabbit is a two-dimensional animation short that encompasses science fiction and mythic themes.

Sukhwinder Singh

Sukhwinder Singh’s practice is inspired by the personal experience of living with bone cancer as a child; the work includes a selection of X-rays.

Scarlett Hope-Gates

Scarlett Hope-Gates is a contemporary mixed media artist working with exciting sculpture, drawings, screen prints and paper cutouts.

Hao Fu

Hao Fu uses photography to explore their hometown of Harbin in China. “The city has transformed into a lonely, ordinary, abandoned space.”

Seongeun Kim

Seongeun Kim’s work is inspired by abstract geometry. Full of square and geometric shapes, the works can be interpreted as a form of identity.

Muriel Lagoutte

Boys by Mu is a visual response by photographer Muriel Lagoutte to conversations about masculinity. See more here.

Kate Courtney-Taylor

Specialising in kiln-formed glass, Kate Courtney-Taylor’s work explores the inherent properties of the material, focusing on how to freeze it in time.

Ellie Thomas

Ellie Thomas’ Remote series captures images of young dancers who have been forced to train within their homes due to lockdown.

Millie Whitehead

Millie Whitehead’s works offer a new take on the crossover between male and female style and challenges dominant conceptions of gender.