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The Week That Was: 18 March

Remember, Graphic Communication Design Programme
Remember, Graphic Communication Design Programme

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19 March 2017

Three students from BA Graphic Communication Design created an interactive Post-it note installation this week exploring dementia by asking fellow students to contribute their memories.

Remember, Graphic Communication Design Programme

Take a closer look at the Big White Wall, a collaboration – supported by Cass Art and Liquitex – between students from BA Textile Design and MA Culture, Criticism and Curation that takes inspiration from Eduardo Paolozzi’s time at Central Saint Martins.

Ahead of Annihilation Event, an series of art interventions in the Lethaby Gallery next week, we speak to CERN particle physicist Michael Doser about the links between art and science and what exactly is an annihilation event.

“You get to meet people, speak to them and they realise you’re just the same as them. You don’t have two heads, you don’t eat babies, you’re the same.” Mike Jackson visited the College to talk to Performance Design and Practice students about his activism as a part of Lesbians and Gays Support the Miners, captured in the recent film Pride.

Three BA Fine Art students, namely Mathew Wang, Sidney Smith and Sophie Popper, have been working for the past six weeks with the Sol LeWitt Studio on a large scale installation of Sol LeWitt works now on show in The supreme rifts… a measured propinquity at Marian Goodman Gallery. 

Sarah Campbell, Curator of the Central Saint Martins Museum and Study Collection, examines the process of digitally capturing the Portolan Map, one of the Collection’s oldest artefacts.

On show in Mangle this weekend, Somehow You and I Collide brings together work by 70 first-year students from across the postgraduate art programme.

Inspired by Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, students worked with Academy Award-winning Jacqueline Durran to create a series of costumes based around the key themes of the film.

MA Fashion alum Matty Bovan has recreated his Spring 2017 collection in miniature to be modelled by Barbie.

And finally, it was the end of term so it’s time to wish happy holidays to all our students!