Introducing | Sam Rock, Georgia Lucas-Going & Mimi Hope

Introducing: Sam Rock

Sam is a London-based photographer who explores and experiments with imagery depicting different facets of humanity. He believes in “consistently reaching into all other aspects of art and practice to inspire, develop and inform his photography with new and arresting ideas.” Sam is the founder of photographic platform @_gasoline, which is a network of support for photographers and gives young talent the chance to share, promote and experiment.


Introducing: Georgia Lucas-Going 

Georgia-Lucas Going is a London-based contemporary artist who channels her practice through performance, installation and video. Her work confronts themes surrounding stereotypes and power dynamics whilst also exploring humour, daily rituals and self-taught survival techniques. Georgia recently graduated from the Slade School of Art with an MFA in Fine Art Media, for which she was awarded the Berenice Goodwin Price for Academic Performance.


Introducing: Mimi Hope

London-born Mimi Hope observes a diverse range of spheres - social, political, sociotechnological and spiritual - which she finesses as artworks. As a result, her medium varies from work to work, from jesmonite to steel, polypropylene and digital print. Hope recently completed a BA in Fine Art at the Chelsea College of Arts.