About the UAL Showroom

UAL Showroom collects, selects, shows and sells the best art and design from all creative disciplines across the University, in order to profile and promote our talented students and graduates for work opportunities, commission and sales.

The space is programmed and managed by the Careers And Employability department and free to visit.

Exhibiting at the Showroom
If you are a UAL student or graduate and interested in exhibiting your work, please visit our Exhibiting with Careers and Employability page for further information. We are currently looking for creative work and products, spanning art, design and fashion that would make great Christmas gifts for our Creative Outlet exhibition. The deadline is Monday 31 August, please follow the above link for the application form. 

Current Show

Relational Geographies
13 July – 18 October 2015
UAL Showroom

Relational Geographies brings together emerging and established UAL artists whose work explores relationships between measurement, movement, distance, and time. Drawing on Brandon LaBelle’s definition of sound as creating ‘a relational geography that is most often emotional, contentious, fluid, and which stimulates a form of knowledge that moves in and out of the body’ (Acoustic Territories: Sound Culture & Everyday Life, 2010), the exhibition takes the visitor on an intimate and poetic journey through inner and outer spaces. Ultimately it becomes a space where to rethink and understand the relationship between us and our environment.

Exhibition curated by Camilla Palestra.

A series of events runs in conjunction with the exhibition including a live artwork installation by Lucie Beauvert (16 July as part of the PV), a creative digital collage workshop (22 September), and an interactive walk around Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park (10 October). Full information and booking can be found through UAL events

Exhibitors           

Lucie Beauvert
Central Saint Martins / BA Hons Textile Design / 2011

Layla Curtis
Chelsea College of Arts / MA Fine Art Sculpture / 2000

Karel Doing
London College of Communication/ PhD candidate

Sylvia Law
London College of Communication / MA Sound Art / 2014

Susan Leen
Central Saint Martins / MA Performance Design & Practice / 2009

Hanae Utamura
Chelsea College of Arts / MA Fine Art / 2010

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