In Beth Horner’s small-scaled paintings, suburban settings are transformed into sinister, uncanny dwellings blanketed in mystery and quiet possibility. Often drawing on the liminal in-between time of twilight, glowing windows and apertures allude to hidden narratives. Personal imagery is compiled, painted, torn and pieced back together – physically and virtually – in these composed, claustrophobic documentations of domestic life. Intricately rendered fragments lead into areas suggestive of decay and fragility as representation sits on top of bulging texture, warping and abstracting spaces once familiar. She received a BA in Painting from Wimbledon College of Art in 2017, and an MA in Painting from the Royal College of Art in 2020.