Alexi Marshall (b. 1995, London, UK) is a London-based artist who graduated from the Slade School of Art in 2018. She works in print, fabric, drawing and embroidery, investigating themes of spirituality, sexuality and womanhood. Linocut printing is a recurring medium in Marshall’s practice. Her prints and drawings convey a temporality, as lines, bodies and worlds fold into each other to create theatrical tableaux and morality plays, populated by saints and sinners. A certain kind of violence is projected as the images are scratched and carved into the medium in these labour intensive, detailed carvings. Marshallhas exhibited her work in a solo exhibition at Public Gallery, London in 2019 and in selected group shows including: ‘We Always Dance Here’, Flatland Projects, Hastings, UK (2019); ‘Pareidolia’, Space Station Gallery and Daniel Benjamin Gallery, London (2019); ‘Inaugural Exhibition’, Guts Gallery, London (2019); ‘Young Gods’, Charlie Smith, London (2019); ‘Figurative NOW’, Daniel Benjamin Gallery, London (2018); and Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2018, Liverpool John Moores University, Liverpool and South London Gallery, London (2018).