Like so often in life, solid, thick outlines contain intricate and unique details. In the painting 'Human' by Kate Plumb, the shapes and outlines contain body parts or symbols of modern life; the cocktail glass, a male sign, a condom. She effortlessly fuses cubist style perspective changes with graffitti and street art to make work that is stylish and moving. Faces look down on the chaos from upon high and pass their judgement. In her photographic work she uses fashion mannequins, placing them in a series of extraordinary locations. From beaches to catwalks, countrysides to clear skies, the mannequins replace the humans in an eerie, otherworld.