Wolverhampton Art Gallery shows work by six artists in varied media ranging from Tuschara Kiewpukdee’s history paintings which document key figures in the news in recent years as well as exploring tensions between Eastern and Western culture in the wake of globalisation. Amy Inston’s video work Pipe Dream (2016) explores the relationship between Hollywood glamour and the concept of the ‘American dream’ with the aspirations and social realities of her British working-class family in Birmingham. Kate Morgan-Clare has worked with former WW2 evacuees to produce her sculptures made of dress-making pattern paper and make connections with the current plight of Syrian refugees.