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Spotlight On: Chengcen.W, MA Data Visualisation – LCC Postgraduate Shows 2019

Wooden cube bricks, some coloured in red, yellow and blue, stacked into piles.
Wooden cube bricks, some coloured in red, yellow and blue, stacked into piles.
Image © Chengcen.W
Written by
Jake May
Published date
22 November 2019

Students from MA Data Visualisation will be exhibiting an array of innovative and boundary-pushing projects to prospective employers, industry, the public, and friends and family, as part of LCC Postgraduate Shows 2019.

The course will be showing in LCC Postgraduate Shows 2019: Show 2 alongside students across graphic design, film, data visualisation, games design, branding, virtual reality and more, with a Launch Event on 4 December and exhibiting from 5 – 7 December.

Get an idea of what to expect at LCC Postgraduate Shows 2019 as we shine a spotlight on just a handful of the projects set to go on show from the next generation of leading creatives spanning the always-evolving disciplines of design, media and screen...



In Chengcen.W's words...

"The impact of plastic pollution occurs in a space that is hidden from the citizens of plastic-utopia countries. For example, in the United Kingdom, Environment Agency figures show that the UK exported a total of 611,000 tonnes of recovered plastic packaging to other countries in 2018 (Harrabin. R, Edgington. T, 2019). Countries like Malaysia are suffering from the impact of plastic imports.

"We live in a world which is dominated by the rapid development of information technology, and the plastic waste situation is frequently mentioned in social media. However, the situation is unlikely to change significantly.

"Many plastic generators live in plastic-utopia countries, which disconnect individual plastic generators from the world plastic situation. Those countries do not appear to have a plastic pollution problem and this causes the situation to become abstract."

Follow Chengcen.W on Instagram or visit Chengcen.W's website to find out more.

LCC Postgraduate Shows 2019: Show 2 takes place from 5 – 7 December.

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