Exhibitors Showcase


Fiona Rourke: 'Reflect, Refract, React', 3D Materials Practice, University of Brighton Faculty of Arts

Fiona Rourke

Reflect, Refract, React is metal work that challenges relationships by applying mirrors to the body rather than viewing the body in the mirror.

Bridget Wheeler: Setting, University of Brighton Faculty of Arts

Bridget Wheeler

My work focuses on the traditional making skills of the brick maker and the tinker; a traveling tradesman supplying simply made metal domestic goods.

Sarah Parker, University of Brighton Faculty of Arts

Sarah Parker

Water is the central element in my process. The flow of the river and the changes in the states of the tide are indices of the passing time.

Katie Nokes, University of Brighton Faculty of Arts

Katie Noakes

My collection is inspired by Ancient-Egyptian design and the concept of the afterlife, incorporating symbolised strengths and treasured possessions.

Lisa Turner-Wray: Poncho, University of Brighton Faculty of Arts

Lisa Turner-Wray

I’m interested in the social dynamics that occur when an event is witnessed or missed, the creation of the inclusive and exclusive by an object.

Jenna Banat: Livig, University of Brighton Faculty of Arts

Jenna Banat

The Polish history of my family has always been particularly absorbing for me. It has become a personal way of connecting with and preserving memory.

Joel Friskney Adams, University of Brighton Faculty of Arts

Joel Friskney Adams

My work explores the transitory character of the nature and the effect that the rhythm of walking within a place can have on the mind.

Melissa Campbell, University of Brighton Faculty of Arts

Melissa Campbell

Using traditional techniques, alongside fingerprint powder on photographs, I have considered materiality and the traces of information they contain.

Silvia Kamodyova, University of Brighton Faculty of Arts

Silvia Kamodyova

I find fascination within old relics that transport to a different time and place. My collection is inspired by the study of peasant artifacts.

Rhianne Butler: 'A Garden on Acid', University of Brighton Faculty of Arts

Rhianne Butler

The fabrics for this collection are bright tweeds infused with ribbon and wool, graphic florals in every colour mixed with birds and mohair spots.

Elissa Barclay: Zine Control, University of Brighton Faculty of Arts

Elissa Barclay

This year my work has been exploring relationships between the language of text and visual language.

Ed Liddle, University of Brighton Faculty of Arts

Ed Liddle

Through the paintings that I make I have a desire to transform mundane imagery such as stairs, legs and arms, into motifs.

Laura Deans, University of Brighton Faculty of Arts

Laura Dean

My work is derived from a collection of highly decorative and exotic jewellery, ornaments and objets d’art that date back to the Aesthetic Movement.

Jamie Goul, University of Brighton Faculty of Arts

Jamie Gould

The collection aims to uncover the purpose and function of individual garments that leads to such relationships between the clothes and the wearer.

Clara Marcus, University of Brighton Faculty of Arts

Clara Marcus

I began this work by exploring the ideas around truth, in particular the idea that truth is relative to each individual.

Emily Rose, University of Brighton Faculty of Arts

Emily Rose

Through my work runs themes of memory, loss, nostalgia and a sorrow for times that have passed and are now irretrievable.

Hollie Young, University of Brighton Faculty of Arts

Hollie Young

Inspired by a rural upbringing and a rich family heritage, my work explores the simplicity and self sufficiency of pre WW2 pastoral Britain.

Jorid Vitterso, University of Brighton Faculty of Arts

Jorid Vitterso

In high school I tried many different creative processes but I found myself always drawn to the process of design, and architecture in particular.

Jody Daunton, University of Brighton Faculty of Arts

Jody Daunton

By using commonplace and inanimate objects, and abstracting them through photographic methods, an air of dreamlike ambiguity is created.

Lotte Goodwin, University of Brighton Faculty of Arts

Lotte Goodwin

This collection is a reaction to how music and style have developed and the effect on street style; from jazz to 90s British Soul II Soul.