Tallula Scrimshaw is best known for her installation pieces, where in tactile sculptures made from a base of scrim and plaster or clay hang and drape to create tension. Scrimshaw uses these materials because the method of making is so involved; she works on a material lead basis; indulging in the body’s immersion in the material. Once dried she hangs them in ways to create tension and a false sense of weight amongst delicate materials.
Elliot Hutchinson’s hand-drawn and painted images are hallucinatory, where fantastical characters are bound in new and intriguing ways.
Chloe Wong’s practice pays close attention to the details of everyday items. She surveys textures, colours and natural beauty that is found in decay.