Masters
Ronnie Houselander Cook

Ronnie Houselander Cook

In my practice, I explore my curiosity with ideas surrounding interchangeability and the translation of materials from one dimension to another. I am interested in re-imagined city environments but I also have a keen interest in the throw-away society in which we...

Maria Akuejeozi Mbelu

Maria Akuejeozi Mbelu

Abstraction is my primary visual language and the building blocks of my work. Line one of the seven elements of art and the central focus of my work coordinates together form, space, shape, and colour and material process. It encompass the essence of idea, thought and...

Rebecca Page

Rebecca Page

My work blends fragments of memory, humour, emotion and fiction into images that depict slightly distorted female figures caught in pensive moments, alluding to the idea that there is a witness present, and that their watching is somehow intrusive or forbidden. Yet...

Lauren Packington

Lauren Packington

“Is not this world an illusion? And yet it fools everybody.” ― Angela Carter Outside of my perception there perhaps lies a different reality to my own. That is, I can be witness to an event or happening, and surrounded by other human beings, yet as a group we will not...

Martin Reed

Martin Reed

My work has evolved through an investigation into contemporary societies and the concept that modern civilisations have transitioned from a 'solid’ to 'liquid’ modernity. This means that we no longer seek a well-ordered world of stable structures but desire a world in...

Sitong Zhou

Sitong Zhou

The costumes of Tibet are gorgeous and colorful, and the simplicity and kindness of Tibet girls are very attractive to me.

Rhiannon Davies

Rhiannon Davies

"My painting process begins with searching through photographs of the 1960s and 70s. My work is a 21st century post impressionism experience based on images from 20th century popular culture. I paint quickly in order to record my own fluid sense of nostalgia for that...

Merran Singh Dubb

Merran Singh Dubb

"My work explores the relationship between Nature, consciousness and spirituality. I use the Temple theme symbolically in much of my work. Here the prehistoric stone circle represent one of our earliest forms of organised worship. The stones symbolise our potential to...

Josephine Phillips

Josephine Phillips

"I create narratives which draw upon a precarious, dormant underworld. These brightly coloured figures gently ooze and slip, creating a tension that is both dark and humorous. Unsettling characters play out a scenario full of secrecy, inviting the viewer to bear...

Wenqing Chen

Wenqing Chen

"I am interested in breaking the visual and thinking habits in people's daily life, referencing different materials to recreate familiar objects. A combination of elements: Woolen yarn Rope winding Stacking sticks Torn paper Collage fabric Hanging chain Explain the...

Sarah E H M H Dashti

Sarah E H M H Dashti

Reincarnation of a sound wave into a ceramic sound creature medium, airing the manifestation of coruscating vibrant color energy, with a performance of graceful motion of choreographed layers.

Chih-Ning Chang

Chih-Ning Chang

"My art practice is exploring the expression of mental because for me the process of creating an art works is such as a journey for therapy myself also a process of gradual, to reveal my real self gradually during every stage of my painting progress. Each time when...

Jason Rouse

Jason Rouse

"I am a multi-disciplinary artist creating work exploring conflict, community, immigration and simulation through the skewed view of contemporary internet culture. My work can take the form of computer games, sound, video, paintings and digital objects. For this...

Nigel Ash

Nigel Ash

The installation shows the object from Nigel Ash's Excavation mounted for display to the general public. The extent of the object that can be seen projecting above the base measures 40 cm x 40 cm x 112 cm. The site of the original Excavation was behind CSAD opposite...

Sam Kitcher

Sam Kitcher

"My work originally started as a method to raise awareness about the challenges that people with autism face. The artwork was always representational and initially took the form of static creations, such as sculptures. This did not convey the full meaning of my work...

Matt Lewis

Matt Lewis

My photographic work is generated by the act of walking in the city, and the instinctive relationship I build with the landscape forms the basis of both the images I create and their style of presentation. My photographs typically seek to portray the mood and...

Giuliano Premier

Giuliano Premier

"In Praise of Folly - a polyptic of 6 canvases accompanied by a bronze figure (reminiscent of a motif repeated in each canvas). The work is inspired by a seminal essay of the same title, first published in 1511 by Erasmus; in which personified Folly narrates, using...

Sam Lucas

Sam Lucas

Only through the making do I look in. Not a looking predominantly with my eyes, a looking with my body, ending and beginning with my hands or more precisely my finger tips and thumb. Both hands working together in a repetitive, cathartic, rhythmic motion. Twisting...

Ashleigh Parsons

Ashleigh Parsons

Red, the feeling of enticement combined with deep red, the alluring pull of seductive intrigue. Black, the tension between intimacy and venture, and gold, the ripple of fulfilment. The abstract physical feelings turn into alluring colours to reveal feminine burning...

Kim Colebrook

Kim Colebrook

"We see, we read – but do we question, or do we take the traditional, obvious interpretation unchallenged? Can we be encouraged to seek alternate meanings, inspired to look beyond the narrow line that often divides, to find a new way of looking? A hole is both the...

Ross Anthony Andrews

Ross Anthony Andrews

"‘Architecture begins when you place two bricks carefully together’ Ludwig Mies van der Rohe. 1959   This fundamental link between ceramics and architecture offers the medium expansive possibilities. My designs offer such a blue-print process that can be modified to...

Georgina Allen

Georgina Allen

In this series of sculptural vessels I explore, material, mark making and the suggestion of family. This act of production, with reference to traditional pottery, has provided a platform for me to express my ideas. This reference to a domestic dining gathering sets up...

Alice McKinty

Alice McKinty

Inspired by the intense emotionality of the Romantic period, my artistic practice centres around dramatic human experiences such as love, adventure, grief, fear, and death. The creative process can be challenging and turbulent, as I try to balance social,...

Chrisoula Konstantakou

Chrisoula Konstantakou

Terrapolis I find it fascinating that our material clay is the one constant while technologies continue to develop and push our designs and methods in ceramic making forward. My body of work illustrates how 2D laser technology works with precision on the surface of...

Charles Conreur

Charles Conreur

Foyer Foyer to be understood in its French context loosely translates to fire place and Home, a safe place of gathering and sharing. This word in its integrity grounds the conceptual nature of my practice with its ever changing and personal understanding to other and...

Mikky Saunby

Mikky Saunby

Untitled Composition Pushing the boundaries of the definitions of "body" and "object" brings us to a point of transition; no longer is the body required to be simply represented, but instead can be subtly suggested through visual metaphor. The fine line between body...

Jade Jenkins

Jade Jenkins

Appearance and Human Essence My practice is focused on bridging the gap between fashion theory and ceramic practice. I use artefacts to explore the relationship between the human body, clothing and identity with a focus on how these elements can be constructed into an...

Dean Coates

Dean Coates

Igneous Futures My practice is rooted in anxiety instigated by the accelerating effects of the Anthropocene. Humans face challenging futures in a polluted world with diminishing resources and extreme climates. Human extinction is highly probable. I imagine a future...

Nathan Mullis

Nathan Mullis

Small Worlds Opposed to a direct evocation to form and texture, my work could be described as ambiguous, almost fictitious in its contrived representation of geological landforms. Rooted in glaze experimentation and manipulation my work is ingrained in material...

Alessandra Reyes

Alessandra Reyes

The Table My work is a representation of the multicultural context found within Caribbean culture and its artistic manifestation in contemporary Trinidad. Coming from the Twin island of Trinidad and Tobago I have always been exposed to a diverse culture and people. I...

Siamak Foroutan

Siamak Foroutan

Abstract Identity The central concept of my work was a combination of inner space, negative space, rough and distorted volume on uncompleted figures. The figures that are emotionally shaped and affected by space carry heavy tumour volume and stand on pointy tripod...

Hwa Jeong Han

Hwa Jeong Han

How Mathematics Contributes to Art Whenever I think of mathematics, which I studied at university, and arts, which I have always been interested in, I wondered why I have been attached to both completely different subjects which have exactly contrasting...

Felicity Lockyear

Felicity Lockyear

Hold, Scratch, Slip, Spring Interested in the details seen on the human body, I have often documented forms and patterns that interest me. These either go unnoticed because they are overlooked, or they are purposefully hidden for being unnattractive. I have recreated...

Mylo Elliott

Mylo Elliott

Diagram vs Drawing Finding a sense of order in the public spaces and heading to make something creative of the experience, my work is a trip through the mind. Finding the senses and the functions of a changing cerebral centre, through which direct reality can be...

James Brook

James Brook

Channels Of Guidance The following is a documenting process as described by a man named Fletcher; detailing the esoteric knowledge and interconnectedness of being as put forth by super-intelligent life forms; The Gascsarr. They dwell in the minds of us all; quantum in...

Carys Jones

Carys Jones

Synthesis ˈsɪnθɪsɪs/ Noun - the combination of components or elements to form a connected whole. I am highly influenced by urban surroundings and backdrops with tattered billboards, posters, found mark-making while also showing a love for academia, pastoral and genre...

Brendan Stokes

Brendan Stokes

Colossus The final sculptural outcome for my masters, Colossus (2017) embodies what I would define as the qualities of the monumental body through facilitating its own particular spectacle. The bodies I present within my sculptural practice exists within a diverse...

Jason Gregory

Jason Gregory

Events I present transitional events, hybrids of physical and emotional experience concerned with states of crisis and transformation. There is a deep connection with the infinite and interconnected elements of natural and urban landscapes, in abstraction, they mutate...

Wendy Mcleod

Wendy Mcleod

Primarily a painter my work shows evidence of traditional figurative painting focusing on the genre of still life. This representational painting is juxtaposed with a more painterly approach leading to abstraction that explores the language of paint and colour. By...

Samantha Alland

Samantha Alland

Am I Dreaming? My practise revolves around my interest in how we as humans interact with and understand our world around us. These pieces explore the similarity between how we understand both the construction of dreams and reality and how we separate the two. We use...

Pui Sze Jennifer Choy

Pui Sze Jennifer Choy

The Black Pubes What is the true measurement for erotic art in contemporary: a hypothesis erotic the sense exist not within a shape but a form, not within the imagery of our human nude, but within the details of the nude. The coniform, the wrinkles, the vaginal...

Philip Shaw

Philip Shaw

Shifting Positions “In every outthrust headland, in every curving beach, in every grain of sand there is the story of the earth”. - Rachel Carson (1907-1964), Marine Biologist As a sculptor, with a natural affinity for modelling and shaping resistant materials, I am...

Ciara Mc Guinness

Ciara Mc Guinness

Synthesis Originally from the North West Atlantic coast; the rural “forgotten” county of Donegal, Ciara’s work notes on our interaction with the land and the sea, where two worlds meet. She uses the narrative of the relic though the materiality of clay to generate a...

Natalie Ramus

Natalie Ramus

My practise is predominantly concerned with examining the relationship we have with our physical self in a way that is not completely comfortable, but equally not destructive. As intellectual beings it is easy to lose touch with the physical experience of our body....

Shruti Bansal

Shruti Bansal

Memoirs of Transformation “Life doesn’t last; art doesn’t last. It doesn’t matter.” - Hesse, E. (1970) We all experience the inevitability of life, and death within life. It is a vicious circle that no one can escape, leaving behind a vacuum after we lose people close...

Amelia Seren Roberts

Amelia Seren Roberts

Garments for a party [to which she was not invited] My practice involves the making by-hand of garments that explore the interwoven nature of physical and psychological comfort and discomfort. I am interested in clothing as a means of silent communication;...

Charlotte Burke

Charlotte Burke

"To think is thus to test out." - Maurice Merleau Ponty Our expectation is not always one that is correct and when questioned it provokes new ways of thinking and consideration of the world around us. Each play a role in how we experience the everyday object through a...

Lisa Evans

Lisa Evans

Temporary Decomposition (100 balloons) My current work is concerned with juxtaposition between industry (durable) and the domestic (organic), which addresses my interest in the abject body as a vessel. I explore the liminal spaces of the human experience, negotiating...

Yalda Bozorg

Yalda Bozorg

The Aftermath Our world has become very complicated. Violence is everywhere and our society has become too familiar to these scenes that people have become indifferent towards them. I find ignoring the pain of others the most disturbing part… We simply do not care!...

Anna Brazier

Anna Brazier

Like a Woman To live is to move; how we move embodies our past and creates our future. The consideration of these ideas, through the use of performance, photography, drawing and video-documentation, is a continuing strand in my practice. We have enormous capacity to...