THE third-year Fine Art Students from York St John University will be revealing an exciting, new and dynamic display of artwork in the Bricoleur exhibition at the Artemis (House) Project Space, Eboracum Way, York, from today until Monday.

Bricoleur are artists who engage in bricolage where works are constructed from various materials available or on hand, a technique that is characteristic of many post-modern works.

True to the meaning of Bricoleur, the students' work will demonstrate the use of a diverse range of mediums, from painting to digital and more.

At the same time, they will still succeed in highlighting the varying and distinctive talents of the individual artists who will be participating. All of them will be contributing an array of profound and thought-provoking themes, including the ephemeral nature of life, body image and identity.

This is the second exhibition these Fine Art students have held at Artemis (House) in the Salt & Powell space. At the end of last year, they presented a contemporary arts show named New Glue, which gave a glimpse into their talents and artistic identities before the many months of developing and refining their independent art practices.

Bricoleur is open to the public and there will be opportunities to meet the artists involved and converse with them. For more information, search for Bricoleur exhibition on Facebook or Bricoleur_2014 on Instagram.

The exhibition launch party will run from 6pm to 9pm this evening. Exhibition opening hours are 10am to 4pm; admission is free.