Underdone/Overdone.’ Executed in different combinations of primary and secondary colours they appear very graphic and surreal.
A miniature version of his formaldehyde animals, adapting his artistic style to suit different locations.
Miller found a way to marry aspects of Pop Art, abstraction and figurative painting at once,
A bold neon directing guests to Mark’s Bar and the toilets at HIX Soho.
‘Insecticide 35’ deals with disturbing subject-matter which is then presented in unexpected formats that both displace and reinforce the impact of the image.
The flamingo is said to be an Ancient Egyptian symbol of the sun, and consequently represents the sun god Ra.
‘Kitchen Wall’ harbours Donovan’s interests of incorporating graffiti in her work to portray decay.
In ‘Pies Mobile’ Lucas adapts the sculptural form made famous by Alexander Calder in homage to tinned pies.
Beshty utilizes the copper surface in order to explore the ways in which objects produce meaning through their placement and circulation in the world.