One of the most interesting artists among the current crop of emerging talent is Moira Bushkimani.
Working across a wide range of media, including drawings, sculpture, found objects, paper cut-outs, photography and video, she tackles the big issues head on.
Her focus is on the animalistic nature of people; and how stripped of our faiths and the social and political apparatus most of us take for granted, we are at the mercy of our base survival needs and desires.
People as animals, pure and simple.
Her core subject came to her one evening in 2010 as she watched a particularly vivid sunset in Malaysia, where she was studying law.
For her it triggered a spiritual revolution, a moment that came to define her life.