Teresa Witz’s oil paintings on wooden panels investigate patterns of behaviour in women’s handbag contents.
Paolo Fiorentini’s biro drawings on paper depict incomplete portraits of individuals located in a distant past in an effort to rebuild an hypothetical long lost family genealogy.
From childhood reminiscences to actual observations, Lynn Carter’s small scale oil paintings depict how the East London urban landscape is changing.
The moulded books of Austin Cole fasten family photos, text and poems in cement paste reflecting the transitional quality of memories and mortality.
Images of net curtains obtained by combining negatives, stencils or drawings are part of Paul Tecklenberg’s exploration of public and private, inside and outside.
Concerned how migrating to a different country affects the idea of belonging to one or more geographical or cultural areas, Ernesto Torres’s sculptures/installations reflect on the consequences of this transition.
Tisna Westerhof work is a juxtaposition between her Dutch back ground through the prism of Delft Blue fused with the media news stream. Through tapestry , embroidery, screen printing and painting, Tisna strikes a balance that is both soothing and reflective.