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.

Hao Fu

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

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.

Muriel Lagoutte

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

Millie Whitehead

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

Ellie Thomas

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

Lucy Martin

Lucy Martin’s sculptural objects are a meditation on the beauty and serenity of nature, married with a sense of nostalgia and family.

Jaime Dunlop

Jaime Dunlop’s graduate work explores both the presence of a singular object and the power of the collective group. The result is circular layers of clay.

Charlotte Keiller

Made from recycled materials, Charlotte’s Keiller’s Think Outside the Sink and is based upon how our actions have affected marine life in our oceans.

Georgie Pike

Georgie Pike’s collection comprises embroidered vintage dresses. The embroidery is influenced by pattern and shape, with embellished florals.

Li Tzu Hung

Weave is a jewellery collection inspired by textiles – Li Tzu Hung’s aim is to create work that provides tactile stimulation and experiences.

Sian Maple

Sian Maple’s project Untitled: House is layered with narratives of personal trauma. The sculpture is combined with Untitled: Book 1.

Lucy Green

Lucy Green’s work is a collective re-imagination of ideas she deems pertinent. The pieces combine unloved and pre-made ceramic objects.