If this bunch of forward-thinking artists is anything to go by, the days of high-tech wizardry are over. Step forward Dante Rendle Traynor, whose ‘Me and David Make Television’ features a videoscreen (showing scenes of lush nature) encased in a baroque swirl of primordial-looking gloop. Dirt fans will also dig Josephine Sowden’s film ‘The Lilies of the Field’, in which the artist paddles about on a beach, patting herself with foreshore gunk and cursing under her breath like an enraged Asaro Mud Man. Painters, too, are getting in on the act – and back to the medium’s mud-flinging roots. In small paintings like ‘Cake’, Archie Franks literally cakes it on, turning oil paint into an almost sculptural medium.