Bryant Mclaughlin Van-Low’s research interests are centred around social art practices, exploring spatial relationships between individuals, objects, natural ecologies, and urban environments. Born in Trinidad and Tobago, Van-Low's art is registered through visual registers, including painting, installation, and architecture. His work seeks to engage with and challenge the complex interplay between social structures, cultural practices, and materiality. He holds a BA Hons from Goldsmiths, University of London. Receiving the Frank Bowling Scholarship he recently graduated with a Masters degree in City Design from the Royal College of Art.