Laura Campbell communicates her experience of chronic illness and the impact it has on the body through intimate and intrusive practical explorations. Communicating the lack of control over her body, Campbell explores direct, autobiographical themes through the obsessive nature of making vast quantities of works. Her practice is primarily process driven, using performative and experimental media. Abstract forms and large-scale projections of animations and videos feature, with the aid of medical and bodily imagery through performance documentation, sewing and relief print-making.
Liv Sanderson’s aim is to produce images which best describes her subjects and portrays them in a light that best represents them.
Manipulating light is Amy Majed’s primary aesthetic, with both artificial and natural light coming together in an amalgamation of forms.