A visual artist whose paintings using tar explore how our never-ending pursuit of materialism and wealth and corresponding quest to dominate ‘savage’ will be our undoing.
An artist whose painting and drawing explores environmental change through abstracted forms, registering the effects of climate change while evoking human systems undermined by environmental realities.
An artist intersecting land-art, sound and visual poetry through experiences, forests, artist books, calligraphy, performance, objects and community engagement, and whose ‘Eternal Forest’ integrates ecological thinking.
An artist, author and illustrator specialising in hand-drawn maps, interested in how creating these allows us to notice what’s important to us in our natural environment
An activist, writer, artist, drummer and witch, studying an MA in Environmental Humanities and writing on eco-anxiety and environmental impacts of animal agriculture relating to veganism.
A visual artist working with people and places, whose individual and participatory practices generate practice-led research into the value of artful, embodied and place-based learning.
An artist whose works are all, in some way, related to technology and our relation with it and wishes to expand notions of what is art.
An abstract artist and painter whose work addresses the anoxic in relation to human responsibility and far-reaching ecological scenarios impacting the ocean.
An artist whose practice reconnects the human body with nature in the context of our synthetic tech-driven environments and deteriorating relationship with the natural environment.
An ecoscenographer, community artist, ethical textile accessories crafter, and body painter, with a strong interest in social and ecological conscious design.
A visual artist interested in the relationship between humans and nature, how we perceive, romanticise and translate the landscape and our influence on the environment.
An artist who uses photography in a search for illumination, playing out the metaphysical question of just how little light is required to dispel darkness.