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MA Art Interim Show – Bargehouse 2014


Written by
Colin Buttimer
Published date
05 March 2014


The MA Art Interim Show ‘Tomorrow:Today’ will be taking place at the Bargehouse, Oxo Tower Wharf from 14 March to 16 March.

Featuring developing work by first year students from MA Fine Art, MA Photography and MA Art and Science, it includes a unique self-assemblage catalogue that encourages visitors to create their own record of the exhibition from original works by over 70 students.

Students from the MA Fine Art programme are working across and between a wide range of disciplines, the show promises to be an exciting display of experimental pieces. Negotiating the raw and industrial space that Bargehouse has to offer has posed a curatorial challenge for the group. They have collaborated together for the first time to create this engaging show.

MA Photography is engaged in a radical reconception of the photographic. The diverse group is moving beyond a perception of photography as representation, semiotics and document towards a territory that understands the visual image in philosophical terms. They investigate the medium as multi-dimensional, process-driven, fractal, and nomadic – an interpretation that allows photography to engage with the seismic changes underway in how we think about technology, the body, and even about thinking itself.

MA Art and Science students explore the making and presenting of their individualistic visions to pursue innovative outcomes in practice and research while working towards professional engagement in their creative practice. They are engaged in investigating appropriate relationships between art and science, countering the ethical and non-linear approaches to some of their unique methods, channelling artistic references, and communicating experimentally.

Bargehouse, Oxo Tower Wharf, Southbank, London

14 March – 16 March
11.00am – 6.00pm

Private View: 13 March, 6 – 8.30 pm

More information:
– MA Art & Science course page
MA Fine Art course page
MA Photography course page