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Engaging with the World

Cornelia Parker is best known for transforming everyday objects to address issues of violence, human rights and environmental disaster.

Portals to the Future

Afrofuturism is a movement combining science fiction, history and fantasy. Amongst today’s artists working with its legacy is Darryl DeAngelo Terrell.

Atmospheric Compositions

Dina Furrer is a Dutch photographer and visual artist based in Tilburg. Her varied portfolio largely comprises still lifes and landscapes; richly detailed works show bold experimentation with colour. Inspiration comes from within the artist herself as well as nature and everyday life.

Harmonious Flow

Gao Hong is an established artist based in China. He started painting using oil and in recent years his focus is the use of ink, in which traditional Chinese materials are combined with modern techniques. City and rural life, development and tradition, and survival and death are key themes.

Between Analogue and Virtual

BIENALSUR – the International Biennial of Contemporary Art of the South – creates a network of associative collaboration around the globe.

Modes of Expression

How does style equate to a sense of belonging? What are the semantics of fashion? These are some of the questions asked by Casey Orr.

State of Mind:
The October / November Issue

What does it mean to be engaged? What does it mean to be bold? What does it mean to be different? These questions underpin Issue 103.

Self Reflections

A painter whose primary medium is oil, Monica Vanzant explores how pattern and texture interrelate to help tell a story. Ideas spring forth through a variety of subject matter, including portraits, landscapes and still lifes.

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.

Jemma Young

Jemma Young is a photographer working with constructed portraiture, stylised image compositions and digital manipulation.

Priyanka Pattni

Priyanka Pattni is a portrait photographer who utilises analogue and digital to convey the reclamation of space for minority groups.

Sian Maple

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

Jodie Bateman

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

Joseph Drew

Joseph Drew’s collection of architecturally-inspired work forms the foundation of a conceptually-driven cityscape of plaster and wood.

Muriel Lagoutte

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

Abigail Jones

Filmmaker Abigail Jones’ works take on a storytelling aspect, calling upon surrealism, uncanny imagery and Barbara Creed’s writing.

Ellie Thomas

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

Zara Gabriel

Zara Gabriel has combined elements – tapestries, sculptures and hidden words – to create a paint covered, symbolic installation.

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.

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