And yet is a series of large-scale portraits using controlled light and shadow to reference classical painting styles. The project elevates and invites respect of the subjects, all of whom have experienced and recovered from perinatal mental health difficulties. Viewed together with copies of letters the women have written to their former selves, the series encourages a dialogue about the impacts of cultural, political and economic influences on maternal mental health and identity. Miriam Winsor's practice considers themes of place, identity and family. She uses the artistic process as a means to interpret and gain clarity, often examining the limitations of the photographic medium as part of this exploration.
Steph Bourazanis • Alexandra Akigg • Zoë Bennett • Robert Bigwood • Hannah Cooper • Kimberley-Anne Cox • Elodie Duncan-Duplain • Emma Fox • David G.A. Ward • Jamain Gordon • Annie Haggarty • Lucy Jarvis • Connor Kitching • Samara Knight • Maggie Leitch • Ernielson Limbo • Henry Maxfield • Rebecca Morgan • Tomm Morton • Rebecca Orton • Madeline Regan • Grace Slater • Kirill Slokotovich • Rungthanwa Thaophayung • Sarah Williams • Miriam Winsor • Paris Wood •