Drawing inspiration from the longstanding traditions of mask-making and masquerade in the Caribbean and Nepal, Maya Gurung-Russell Campbell is a Brixton-based artist who creates evocative landscapes that explore dual heritage in a wide range of mediums. Incorporating sound, moving image, oral history, poetry and analogue photography, the artist’s practice places matrilineal mythologies and lived experience at its core, whilst still interrogating universal themes.
Maya Gurung-Russell Campbell
Across image and video, Mandy Williams examines the exclusionary politics of modern England through the metaphor of landscape.
Lai Lam Fave
Lai Lam Fave is a Singaporean-born, London-based artist. Her works centre around the ideas of performance, satire and embodiment.