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Monthly Archives: September 2015


Gemma McGrath
Chichester


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“The power of colour and its role is to tell us what agitates the heart”. My work is a combination of painting and printmaking, pills an exploration of the relationship between colour and form.  I apply artist’s acrylics and oils in various ways to reference aspects of decorative motifs and interior design, impotent creating an  Continue Reading »


Posted on September 9, 2015 at 2:47 pm

Tom Heatley
University of Brighton


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Tom Heatley creates his work as a means to resolve a personal uncertainty in his choice to pursue photography over sculpture. The presentation of his images moves away from traditional photographic framing, cheap employing found materials, balance and suspension as a means to display his work.   Beginning life as an ethnographic study of the  Continue Reading »


Posted on September 9, 2015 at 2:46 pm

Holly Childs
Southampton Solent


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Gaia is an exploration of my own relationship with photography, ailment with themes of nature, doctor the world and fertility. From the start of this project I was experimenting with different ways of making my own negatives from organic materials.   I made flower negatives into 120mm spaces by cutting up flowers and plants, using  Continue Reading »


Posted on September 9, 2015 at 2:46 pm

Julia Keenan
UCA Farnham


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My practise explores the composition of constructed hybrid objects. I work across medium to create installation works which revolve around a unifying concern.   The work engages with the uncanny nature of objects within new configurations to create fetish curios – the intention of which is to open up the possibility of constructing new narratives.  Continue Reading »


Posted on September 9, 2015 at 2:44 pm

Lina Ivanova
Portsmouth


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The acceleration of growth in some countries against the backdrop of shrinking economies in others is at the epicenter of significant movements of people migrating from one place to another. Whilst embracing the new and the unknown, apoplectic customs and traditional ways of life can often be lost along the way. In 2007, story my  Continue Reading »


Posted on September 9, 2015 at 2:43 pm

Nathan Klein
Portsmouth


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‘Yesterday, symptoms denture When I Was Young’ is a biographical project exploring notions of memory, impotent escapism, and the repetition of mundane everyday existence. Oscillating between oblique expressions and sequestered gestures, the work charts the daily lives of a family, a lover and the revelation of self-identity and sexuality.   The use of natural lighting  Continue Reading »


Posted on September 9, 2015 at 2:43 pm

Paul Benham
Chichester


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My work explores the structure of film and narrative.  The animations have been made using a combination of hand rendered watercolour drawings and digital drawn images using a graphics tablet.   I experiment with different images and pacing to consider the relationship between drawing and film.  My drawings are composed through the perspective of a  Continue Reading »


Posted on September 9, 2015 at 2:43 pm

Tina Lane
Southampton Solent


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My childhood has never lost its magic- Louise Bourgeois   My practice has no definitions or limitations. I am a prolific producer with a large body of work that encompasses sculpture, denture site-specific installations, text, prints, video and performance. I am continuously pushing forwards and experimenting in order to expand the thought process. By having  Continue Reading »


Posted on September 9, 2015 at 2:42 pm

Isobel Owen
University of Northampton


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Isobel Owen graduated this year from the University of Northampton with a First Class degree in BA (Hons) Fine Art.   The overarching theme within Owen’s work is the everyday. She film moments in the everyday that we fail to neither notice nor pay any attention to. The films highlight these moments. Within the exhibition  Continue Reading »


Posted on September 9, 2015 at 2:42 pm

Deborah Mills
Buckinghamshire New University


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Mills’ artistic enquiry investigates how visual stimuli can make us reconsider our experience of being in the world. She is particularly interested in the interface between our perception of the world and the phenomena that exist whether we perceive them or not. Borrowing from her past experiences in the engineering, physics and architectural fields she focuses  Continue Reading »


Posted on September 9, 2015 at 2:42 pm