The exhibition will consist of painting, sculpture, print and installation. These works will look at the human emotional state by focusing on four particular themes; the psyche, human temperament and disposition.
The works will question whether it is possible to visually display these themes in a way that allows the viewer to understand the content and relevance to society. The viewer has to immerse themselves into the work in order to construct the overall exhibition.
Andrea Bigby’s works investigates how emotionally damaged humans deal with their experiences. She looks at how this emotional abrasion, disfigurement and erosion can still be depicted in a beautiful manner through facial expressions.
Naomi Davis’ paintings, including installations, form a part of an anthropological and ethnographic study of religious groups that are the different pockets in society.
In her paintings, Sophia Kamal, looks critically at social and cultural issues surrounding women. Rather than sexualising the women painted in her work, Kamal aims to render and portray feminine beauty.
The core of Sharon Sondh’s work sets out to provoke a sense of ambiguity in the viewer’s mind. Whilst focusing on reincarnation, death and life. Her working process enables memories to be slowly revealed in the work.