Confine + Escape

Open 30 October – 20 November – Thursday, Friday and Saturday 12 – 5pm

Ground Floor Temporary Exhibition Space, St. Anne’s House, BS4 4AB

Confine + escape is a sharing of what it means to be creative in confinement.

Four individuals come together to communicate their means of escapism through multimedia practices. For some this has meant creating work that focuses on new or alternate realities and for others it has meant approaching their current reality with a new mindset. 

This exhibition celebrates adaptability and resilience, highlighting how creatives have had to be versatile in approaches to their practice during 2020/2021.

This exhibition is located in a temporary exhibition space in St. Anne’s House. Bricks aims to support local and emerging artists in Bristol by providing places where they can showcase their work.

Curated by Victoria Mccusker

Confine + Escape is curated by Victoria McCusker and is a collaboration between MA/MFA Curating, UWE Bristol and Bricks Bristol. This project forms the final part of her training placement with Bricks.


Jack Jones

Jack Jones is a designer, visual thinker and art director. He explores graphic design as a way to challenge and agitate, especially around topics such as time, money and work. He is particularly passionate about coding, interactivity, editorial design and branding as well as currently experimenting with embroidery and type design.

2021 Graphic Design Graduate | UWE



Moon Immisch

Moon is a Bristol-based Photographer & Creative Director who grew up in Spain & India. As an artist, she enjoys keeping her photographic practice open and experimental, without forcing her work into a singular niche. She explores themes of gender, surrealism, religion, and the human condition whilst drawing inspiration from art, nature & the people around her. 

2021 BA Photography Graduate | UWE



Emilia Ashby

“My work exists to challenge myself by exposing the vulnerabilities I work so hard to hide. My imagery has a simulated and timeless quality that reflects the detachment I have developed to daily life and how I choose to instead romanticise the most mundane experiences. My work is self-oriented but I believe my imagery can be widely interpreted and allow many people to relate to it.”

First Year Photography Student | UWE


Ori Attwool

Ori is an animator who enjoys working in both 2D and 3D. They are particularly interested in the overlap of natural and manmade environments which can be seen through a varied style that combines both traditional and digital media.

2021 BA Digital Animation Graduate | Bath Spa University




  • The space is located on the ground floor and is accessible via ramp
  • There is an accessible toilet on the ground floor
  • To discuss any access requirements/ check set up or opening time questions email or phone 07709 264 201