Meet the Winners 2013
Marianne Bjørnmyr is a Norwegian artist. She received her MA in Photography from London College of Communications in 2012 and her work has been exhibited internationally. Her photographic practice is concerned with culture intertwined with landscape; myth with story; and belief with desire.
is a Slovakian photographer. In her series Identity,
Tereza Cervenova creates an expansive self-portrait through her depictions of other people. By photographing young women, she explores the ways in which her earlier experiences as a model have influenced her life and sense of identity.
is a Japanese artist. Having studied architecture at the Architectural Association School of Architecture previously, Furuhashi’s pursuits in contemporary art stemmed from a desire to articulate the sense of places through formal interpretation. Furuhashi’s art practice investigates forms of exhibitions, displays and other ways of instituting ‘arts’ by generating their significance. Lara Morrell
is a British artist. Born and raised in London, Morrell studied and worked in Turin before returning to her hometown.
is a Hungarian artist, having studied in diverse cities such as Budapest, Tel Aviv and London. Throughout her artistic practice, her main interest has been the psychological landscape of the urban reality from a human and architectural point of view.