Liz’s work is an exploration of tensions in our relationship to environment. Her use of wool as a sculptural medium draws on our evolving connection with the natural.
My memories of the past are clarified by their association with my perceptions of the time with the colours and designs of each decade that I have lived through.
University of Nottingham
This work is about painting and it is a reaction against the recent trend in contemporary art of a focus on death, darkness, anxiety and unease.
This series of self-portraits are part of a body of work in which I seek to explore my own identity as an artist.
Nicola's interest lies in the diversity and suggestiveness of objects and materials.
The sculptural pieces I create come from my physical manipulation of, and emotional interaction with, the materials that I am drawn to.
I use glazes of both oil and acrylic based paints on high grade fabric paper
Rachel Carter creates sculptural pieces for the garden/landscape using mild steel and woven willow.
My work has been an exploration of diverse visual media and processes that explores my personal and psychological experiences of dissociation.
My practice is based around hand printing process using mainly lino printing as the transfer medium.
I live and work in Nottingham and draw my inspiration from the world around me. I find natural forms, the shapes of seeds, buds and patterns in nature, endlessly fascinating.
Sarah will be exhibiting a series of small imaginary beings.
My work is always abstract, always minimal. Most of my work is large scale and wall-based.
My work is grounded in an interest in contemporary architecture.
The Collective4's Flux exhibition creates an evolving gallery space where over a series of rotations, the exhibition will be continuously reconfigured to another facet of display.