Alexi Marshall (b. 1995, London) graduated from the Slade School of Art in 2018. Her work investigates rebirth, spirituality and womanhood, often investigating the cyclical nature of life and death. She uses a range of media but focuses primarily on print, mosaic and textiles. Amongst other awards including the Boise Travel Scholarship and Antony Dawson Print Prize, Marshall was selected as one of the Bloomberg New Contemporaries, exhibiting at Liverpool John Moores University, Liverpool and the South London Gallery, London in 2018. In 2019, Marshall presented her work in her first solo exhibition, The Redemption of Delilah, at Public Gallery, London. More recently, she took part in the group exhibition Dancing At The Edge Of The World (2020) curated by Marcelle Joseph at Sara Zanin Gallery in Rome and her first institutional solo exhibition Cursebreakers opened at the De La Warr Pavillion, Bexhill, UK in collaboration with Flatland Projects in September 2021.