Results of the Volumematic project run with Graphic Arts and Media students, shown in the upper foyer, West Side.Click Volumematic to see the full publication
Fine Art graduates also exhibited on the ground floor of the ‘West Side’ campus.
Fine Art graduates utilised the Gallery space to display further examples of Painting and Drawing, Sculpture and Photography.
The exhibition held on the East side campus was wholly Fine Art based featuring work across Painting, New Media and Sculpture.
‘Eve Dawson’s ‘Spatiotemporal’, a room-sized installation of wire, wood and wallpaper, which references Stockholder and possibly Cady Noland and Jason Rhoades. Through thoughtful relationships between colours, textures and shapes, the work breaks up, re-articulates and redefines the space.’ A review by Dr Stephen Riley
‘You approach Sarah Misselbrook’s piece ‘Conformation’ via a line of what might be cherub wings, which lead into a nightmare classroom of distended and smashed desks. As the title indicates, this work, like one of those dreams in which you get your own back, rails against the oppressiveness of a catholic education. Nearby, the same artist has a video, viewed furtively through key-holes, in which a character tortuously assembles communion wafers into the letters of a cry for help.’ Review by Dr. Stephen Riley