Sarah Graves's work is constructed with screen printing, drawing, painting, and sculptural techniques. Her work is a portrayal of space and warping perspectives in abstract form that could be considered non-formal because the work itself reflects the speed, motion of youth culture and spontaneity.
Victoria King works with screen printing, creating an assembly line of generic images addressing issues of feminism, commercialism and commodity. The images express the nature of gender inequality, examining the women's social roles and relationships. Turing her prints into sculptures, she allows her viewers to interact with her work, projecting their personal feelings and experiences by altering the sculptures while maintaining their anonymity.