Bianca Hendicott’s concern is with the botanical diaspora and the exploration of culture. Chris Horner explores data through painterly surfaces with a sense of chance happenings u dear strict rules and algorithms. Deborah Davies’s mixed media work responds to do-it-yourself gun culture and Kaiqi Guo explores power and subversion through playful sculptural configurations. Marija Brown combines figurative art with abstraction through digital paintings. Mirta Imperatori explores isolation in a constant digitally connected society using photography to reclaim a direct experience of the world. Nerys Joseph revisits the magic and disorientation of childhood through filmic conventions. Pengcheng Zheng’s priority is the line as a means to form connections between everyone, everything and emotions through drawing, print and installation. Sara Jayne Harris preserves memories, giving a presence to absence through figurative ‘Mammets’ and digital images. Yun Hsin Hsu challenges our perception of the natural with her food paintings and objects careful playing with ideals of nature.