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.
Elinor Williams is an illustrator and animator. She is an artist living with chronic illness, and her work is driven by a fascination with human anatomy.
Melissa Meachen’s practice revolves around the traditional method of printmaking, whilst asking questions about superstition and folklore.