Nancy Allen graduated from BA Sculpture at Wimbledon College of Art with a 1st class degree in 2014.
Her practice explores the materiality of the everyday, the soft, the synthetic, the flimsy. Her sculptures the ostensibly futile attempts of strange yet familiar creatures to create weight and meaning.
Miroslav Pomichal was graduated from MFA Fine Art, Wimbledon College of Art with distinction. He also holds a fist class BA in History of Art from the Courtauld Institute of Art.
Pomichal was Nominated for Saatchi New Sensations 2014 and selected for this year's Bloomberg New Contemporaries.
Working across painting and sculpture his practice speaks with both highly sophisticated visual language and deeply expressive personal energy.
His work is bold, powerful and propelled ever deeper into the rawer, the living regions of our soul.
Studied BA Sculpture at Wimbledon College of Art (1st), graduated 2013. Selected for New Contemporaries 2014.
Grenier's work undermines traditional and contemporary forms of narrative and meaning making. Working primarily in performance and moving image she takes on evolving social formats, reaving the underlying assumptions and invisible structures of the everyday.
For more work visit victoriagrenier.co.uk.
Lives and works in London, graduated from Wimbledon College of Arts 2014 with a 1st class degree. Awarded the Landmark plc, Fine Art Award (2014), 1st Prize and TMF Group Open Submissions (2013).
Suspended between wonder and whimsy Bellamy's work is a homage to reality and visual experience.
Sean Mullan, Wimbledon College of Arts BA Hons Sculpture (1st).
Funny, bold and sensitive, Mullan's work evidences an intimacy with the commonplace phenomena of our existence. Working across video, sculpture, sound he finds a spatial and contextual awareness revealing contingent connections and quiet unidentified moments of poetic tension.
Studied BA Fine Art Painting at Wimbledon College of Art (1st), graduated 2013.
Performative practice investigating movement, investigating the body - the colour in space, the body in culture, in history.