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LCC Graduate Residency 2019

2019: Space Between

Applications for the Graduate Residency 2019 are now closed.

About the theme

This year’s theme drew inspiration from both LCC’s heritage and ambitions for the future. We encouraged graduates to explore transitions from past to emerging technologies, while developing teaching and learning in both established and emerging disciplines.

We were interested in projects exploring the intersection of tradition and future, to find the drivers of social and economic change.

What to expect

LCC supports 6 residents with £8,750 per individual or collective residency project. We offer access to our creative community, expert support, industry-standard facilities, materials and/or production budget to support the development of the project and space to experiment. We'll support our graduates on their way to making a tangible difference to communities locally, nationally and across the world.

Key dates

The programme runs from February 2019 to March 2020.

Graduate Residents 2019

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Marion Lagedamont, BA (Hons) Interaction Design Arts graduate, LCC Graduate Residency 2019.

Marion Lagedamont

Marion is a graduate from BA (Hons) Interaction Design Arts. Her project researches exclusion and bias in technological products with the aim for design to become more inclusive.

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Marie-Solange Ndeley, BA (Hons) Film Practice graduate, LCC Graduate Residency 2019.

Marie-Solange Ndeley

Marie-Solange is a graduate from BA (Hons) Film Practice. Her residency is an intergenerational exchange programme mixed with a budding system for young and upcoming filmmakers of colour.

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Gareth Johnson, MA Documentary Film graduate, LCC Graduate Residency 2019.

Gareth Johnson

Gareth is a graduate from MA Documentary Film. He will produce an online interactive project relating to ethics for making.

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Jai Bunnag, MA Games Design graduate, LCC Graduate Residency 2019.

Semone (Jai) Bunnag

Jai is a graduate from MA Games Design. His project is called 'TOO MANY COOKS and STUF' and he will be developing new games with LCC students.

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Lara Barbier, MA Screenwriting graduate, LCC Graduate Residency 2019.

Lara Barbier

Lara is a graduate from MA Screenwriting. Her project, undertaken with husband Simon Ashbery, explores and builds new narrative experiences in interactive storytelling.

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Lia Mazzari, BA (Hons) Sound Arts and Design graduate, LCC Graduate Residency Programme 2019

Lia Mazzari

Lia is a graduate from BA (Hons) Sound Arts and Design. Her project is dedicated to supporting emerging and underrepresented artists working across a range of time-based art practices.