Bright’s articulation of the landscape relays our slipping grasp on the natural, searching for a way to depict her own complicated and contradictory ideas in relation to the land. Her work is concerned with contrasting ideas of land as sacred, playground, resource, or balm. Hinting at our use and abuse of the natural and our limited understanding of its systems. Bright studied at Camberwell School of Arts and Crafts and Goldsmiths College, University of London and is currently a lecturer at the Slade School of Fine Art University College of London. She has had solo exhibitions at the Centro Internacional de Arte de Salamanca, Spain; The New Art Gallery Walsall, UK; Vitamin Contemporary Art, Turin, Italy; and the Laing Art Gallery, Newcastle, UK. Bright was notably included in the British Art Show in 1990, a major survey exhibition showcasing contemporary art held every five years in the UK. Recipient of the Lorne Award 2017, and the Sidney Noland Centenary award 2017, she is currently represented by Locks Gallery US.