Tiffany Singh, Tessa Laird and Crane Brothers collaborator Richard Orjis have banded together in a new exhibition of work that "attempts to find beauty in imperfection and profundity in nature".
These works are made from a desire to embrace natural cycles, accepting growth, decay and death.
Each artist has presented a new series of work, as well as working on a collaboration, "Three Distinct Parts of the Shadow".
Laird's prints have been offered up for sacrifice, as Singh and Orjis have added their own layers of history, creating an exquisite surface of cicatrices.
The exhibition starts next week.
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