An exhibition that explores relationships between architecture and homelessness, memory and personal space.
The sculptural nature of Emily Speed’s work she calls immaterial architecture that plots out her personal identity. Her work is concerned with the enduring sense of memory that is often embedded into built space.
Hannah Fray’s work consistently uses portraiture to explore the characteristics of the person by fragmentation of the image.
The enigmatic Joe Bampton will continue to construct intimate worlds with unrecognisable dimensions.