Macylajain Fulton-Isaacs

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Chelsea College of Arts Fulton-Isaacs work aims to act as a soft vehicle against the hierarchies and assumptions of craft and class whilst presenting the correlation between the two. The artists upbringing and social class are central to and directly inform her work as she presents her frustrations regarding the distinction and subservience of craft...

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Eden Sweeney

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Central Saint Martins Sweeney’s practice concerns the personal and mundane. She creates detailed digital self-portraits, printing them on a large-scale which invites the viewer in. She also creates fictional characters and alternate personas, which she depicts in text, mostly letters. Often, she takes on the persona of someone who is a ‘super fan’; one who...

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Carla Noronha

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Camberwell College of Arts Noronha’s work explores the notion of home; the things we deem familiar and safe. Her work is extremely personal. For Noronha, home is “a need for a constant connection to my family and culture. When I was 5 years old moving from Portugal to England left me confused and disconnected from...

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Du Liu

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Central Saint Martins Du Liu’s ambiguous and intriguing portraits combine religious imagery, influences of historical painting and contemporary motifs. The title refers to the birth date of the subject, a friend of the artist who wished for Liu to design her tattoo. The combination of the painterly brushstrokes and tattoo culture influences give the work...

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