Walker investigates the naked female body, focusing on how it is both sexualised and censored at the same time. “I wanted to investigate art about nudity and pornography, and the differences in approach between male and female artists,” Walker explains. “Through my research, I also wanted to discover how the sexualisation of breasts dictates the way women behave. I have experimented with using breasts in different ways, making them appear extremely sexual in a humorous way. In my final piece I explore this even further. I have created a digital fashion show using various boob-garments. These are ridiculous pieces which I hope will shock the viewer due to their absurdity.”
Lindsey Leverton’s reflects an appreciation of the UK’s natural diversity; research was collected from landscapes of personal resonance.
Rhiannon Campbell’s thorough and focused research underpins her empowering work. She is passionate about human rights and equality.