Through the use of simple image and video editing software, Ben Lansky reorients the reality of his images.
Visualising and communicating climate change, the connections between consumerism in Britain and the Arctic environment, through the lens of plastic waste
Questioning the nature of painting, Tailor’s installations combine the personal and the playful.
Room sets inspired by women in senior religious roles present ‘a room of one’s own’ within a European ecumenical feminist project.
Celebrating the resilience of the Afro-Caribbean community in the face of adversity, this collaborative piece brings Carnival to the College.
From the medical traditions of dissection and anatomical modelling to a contemporary art practice considering life, death and the body
Creating sculpture as simulacra, Faulkner takes Inspiration from the relationship between technology and myth in the Melanesian cargo cults.
A sculptural practice based around Buddhist principals, empathy and spiritualism
Exploring how technology, through its dislocation from the human, has become open to manipulation through the irrational logic of advanced capitalism
Works with the concepts behind interface design, particularly the Interface Envelope
Working at the cross-section of artistic disciplines, this duo blur the lines between architecture and performance.
The process of durational performance to mark life through pain, release and real experience.
Self-made musical instruments and ‘sound costumes’ combine in performance and installation.
Stones are transformed into jewellery acknowledging routes of travel and freedom to cross borders.
Preserving real space in virtual reality as a process of spatial archiving and memory.
A collection of playful porcelain to support children’s development.
Reframing George Orwell's 1984 through the prism of President Trump's tweets.
Chance and spontaneity inform print-based body pieces for kinetic performance.
Textiles processes are reinterpreted in metal to create an innovative jewellery collection
A collection of polluted and processed protest flags for a politically-minded, climate-conscious generation.
An animation made using stop-motion based around a carousel exploring positive and negatives aspects of character.
Traditional craftsmanship and digital customisation combine to create next-generation Chinoiserie.
Innovating a closed-loop life-cycle for fast fashion textiles.
Animating the subjective and sometimes unexpected experience of having a stroke.
Designing a socially, economically and ecologically sustainable menstruation management service.
Mixing art and design disciplines with psychology and neuroscience to create new dialogues around trauma.
The real and unreal merge in a collection of objects going on show for the very first time, introducing us to the lost beliefs of a forgotten tribe.
A collection of objects that expose the effects of a changing climate on everyday lives.
A collection of badges and brooches giving voice and visibility to prisoners.
Exploring how permaculture principles can inform serious play for children in an urban school environment.
Investigating the future of extreme sexual experiences in virtual reality.
Material waste from industry and fly-tipped finds are transformed into a critique on commodity culture.
Reunifying the divided sides of a Welsh town with a community workshop and programme of pavilion building.
A browser extension and online space/community that allows digital citizens to share insights on their internet browsing routine and control their online appearance.
Challenging the current perception of art as a commodity, here is an auction with a difference.
A bike saddle that capitalises on developments in data and manufacturing technology to offer a bespoke experience.
A creative campaign against land banking highlighting the social gap in the official responses to the housing crisis
Uses traditionally 'masculine' materials to address the ornamentation of women and the physical space they inhabit.
A hybrid NHS / residential typology – a unique cross-generational co-living co-working typology at Vauxhall City Farm.
From volcanoes to skeleton romance, this collection of illustrations and animations combines tradition, humour and satire.