George Hampton Wale is an artist, designer and maker from Abergavenny. Most of George’s work is sculpturally textile based, surrounding themes of belonging: in a body, in a landscape, in queerness, in Wales.
Gwenllian Davenport works between two languages and the conflicts of muscle memory as she switches between them. This process feels bodily and tangible and she sees language as a material, trying to capture the physicality in sculptural, lingual, audible or video based pieces.
Adam Moore is a London based British-St. Lucian transdisciplinary artist who works with dance. His work examines multiculturalism, unity and resilience, synthesising material, sensory and spiritual dimensions of the self with the world and with others.
Zillah is a filmmaker and artist with a practice in film, photography and poetry. Her artistic practice frequently explores the relationship between the individual and the natural environment. Her ongoing connection to nature informs her practice across all mediums.
Umulkhayr Mohamed is a Welsh Somali artist, writer, and curator. Her artistic practice involves creating primarily artist moving image and performance work that explores the tension present between enjoying the act of wandering between emancipatory temporalities and a functional need to position oneself in the now.