THE WORLD IS ON FIRE.
Dw tho hun, we got you covered.
Though we may not singlehandedly combat climate change, we can guide you into an eco-conscious exhibition to make you feel a little better about the part we play.
Elliss Lewin-Turner: Brings her foraged goods like a proud cat dragging a dead bird to its owner.
Hannah Mclennan Jones: This illustrator takes on food and material waste in an experimental tin can display which seeks to encourage creativity in times of difficulty and finding art in everyday objects.
Dee Dixon: An audiovisual mistress giving you a different perspective on the chaos around us.
Isabelle Hunter: Works with offcuts and reclaimed fabrics to make sensory pillows. Influenced by mindfulness techniques, she has deconstructed natural formations into colours, textures and forms to create a new realm to enter.
Gwenny Von Quint: Will be fighting against fast fashion with her garments constructed using zero waste pattern cutting techniques; showcasing both the process and the final pieces.
Queer the Room: Because we don’t all have the time/energy/talent to whip up our own garms our friends from QTR will be hosting a pop-up vintage/second hand store.
Chantelle Fagan – Clarke: Offers us water musings on the blue planet
MORE TO BE ANNOUNCED