After a hiatus of 2 years, Crane Kalman Brighton Gallery is pleased to return to Brighton audiences with Cream 13, an exhibition featuring a new selection of some of the most interesting and diverse photographic graduate talent to emerge from 2013. Congratulations to Chris Pledge, BA (Hons) Photography graduate in CCI, who has been selected to show his project ‘Days of Future Past’ that captures the nuances of movement and the modulation of time using experimental techniques such as long and multiple exposure.
School of Art, Design and Media and School of Creative Technologies present the Summer Show 2013. If you haven’t been, you must. As always it is a fantastic display of contemporary work in the arts that is full of promise from our future generation of creative industries practitioners. This year students have excelled creating new work that shows interesting ideas
This exhibition is a glimpse of what has yet to come from the MA Fine Art students’ end of year show which will be held in September. Up to 11 MA Fine Art students have planned, designed and created various artefacts which reflect their professional and personal journey of the contextual paradigms of ideas and processes to realisation.
Jeannie creates works for galleries, relational projects, dialogical based residencies, participatory projects, and public art commissions. her approach is to create relevant artworks that act as a signifier and stimulant for the viewer to re-consider common actions and issues that have a personal connection as well as global implications.
Barry Zee and Peter Missen, UoP MA Fine Art students, are presenting ‘Foreign Bodies’ at the new White Elephant gallery in Eastney, Portsmouth. Peter is currently researching the aesthetics of binary based codes for his MA in Fine Art. Barry is currently researching political economy visual symbols through photography for his MA in Fine Artdegree.