Artist’s Showcase 2022

Find out more about the selected artists for In:Site 2022: their work, processes, materials and their participatory projects with people in Cathedral Square, Birmingham.

Download the 2022 booklet to find out more about the event.

An table-like structure holds a surface covered in ceramic 'moss'.

Anna Cebular

Exploring our relationship to wild spaces.

A woman wears a headpiece.

Nicola Constantina

Wearable artworks, telling stories.

Abstract ceramic shapes.

Hannah Fellows

Abstract sculptural ceramics.

Woven fabric with a geometric and natural coloured design.

Andrea Gonzales

Exploring place and origin in woven and printed textiles.

A delicate woven piece.

Sarah J Harper

Woven textiles using traditional craft techniques with contemporary yarns.

A hand loom with woven fabric.

Michaela Johnston

Woven textiles, sustainability, past and future ways of working.

A hand with a large ring made of bright feather or leaf shapes.

Yuka Jourdain

Investigating biodiversity and the loss of UK bird species.

The artist holds an abstract textile form.

Mahawa Keita

Building communities through textile art.

Some 3D printed boxes with geometric jewellery.

Cara Lowe

Exploring the relationship between digital and physical.

An abstract form.

Esmé Naylor 

Jewellery inspired by rural and urban wilderness.

A headscarf decorated with images of people.

Lauren Powell

Storytelling through textiles.

Fabric samples with flower designs.

Tia Parmar

Textile design inspired by nature.

A group of roughly woven items.

Lily Hardy

Changing perceptions of waste materials.

A cloth printed with a pattern of birds and trees.

Penfia Rodrigues

Celebrating natural forest environments.

A colourful scene of draped textiles, and abstract foem upholstered in bright fabric and tassles.

Chloé Rochefort

Investigating playfulness and storytelling.

A striking model wears an outfit of stiff fabric, laced at the shoulder.

Lilian Sutton

Exploring the female body image.

A sock with a textile embroidered head protruding from the heel.

Woo Jin Joo

Exploring our relationships to objects.

two people hold scultpures made of brightly coloured chainlike pieces.

Jamie Lee Wainman

3D printing for designing, building, manufacturing and learning.

a woman sits at a homemade spinning wheel made from upcycled materials.

Billie Williams

Spinning and weaving with waste materials.

Where Next?

Artist: Rebecca Leek

Artist showcase.

A close-up section of a larger piece, made up of overlaid abstract shapes in red, blue, and yellow. This is a mixed media piece, comprised of print, embroidery, stitchwork and painting.

Artist: Lucy Ralph

Artist showcase.

A visual and textual informational poster of a young woman wearing a white polo shirt and blue jeans, both of which have been fixed by visible repair through patchworks of red, blue and white fabric scraps. Overlaid onto this photo are the phrases ‘PATCH IT’, ‘Dads old jeans’ and ‘Old school polo’.

Artist: Lola Awolowo

Artist showcase.

A painted, and embroidered portrait of a blue-eyed Black woman, on a background of collaged book pages. Her face is circular and tilted and she has short black hair. Her necklace and earrings are beads embroidered onto the piece’s surface. Her outline has been stitched in yellow thread.

Artist: Katy Gillam-Hull

Artist showcase.

A hand holding a green glass bead between the thumb and forefinger in front of a blurred house and tree.


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