Mandy Williams uses photography, video and sound to expand traditional representations of landscape. She approaches socio-political issues in an experimental, aesthetic style, seeking to comment on urgent narratives through unexpected, diverse visualisations. Her project, England, examines the exclusionary politics of contemporary England through the metaphor of landscape. It includes a video, photographic series and a free newspaper with fold-out posters and interview texts. In the sequence of black and white photographs coastal landscapes are merged with alien geographies accessed from NASA, representing a landscape that has become unstable, and which causes harm. Black borders cut across these images.
Naomi Delorme is a visual artist, documentary photographer and writer looking at the landscape and language of grief in black and white images.
Maya Gurung-Russell Campbell
Maya Gurung-Russell Campbell is a Brixton-based artist who creates evocative landscapes that explore dual heritage in a wide range of mediums.