Annual Language-Art Project
The Language-Art Project brings students together from across UAL to share and discuss all things linguistic and create language-themed art.
The first Language-Art exhibition was held at Central Saint Martins in December 2019. Moving to an online exhibition has allowed everyone to work together in new ways, exploring a stunningly diverse range of inspirations, interests and expertise.
Exhibition themes for 2022
Browse our selection of galleries to explore the work and the artists.
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Meaning and Connotation
How do we perceive language? Comprehending a conversation takes more than dictionary definitions.
Language, Culture, Heritage
How do we honour our cultural and linguistic heritage, including things gained or lost?
Language and Visual Storytelling
Words and images can take us on a journey. What happens when words are removed?
Alternative Forms of Language
Does language always need words? Where do its limits lie?
Thank you to Hal Warren (CSM: BA Culture, Criticism and Curation) for his invaluable work on the gallery layout.
The annual Language-Art Project starts in January / February - leading up to an exhibition in the summer term.
- work collaboratively or solo
- create work in any medium
- be based at any UAL College
- be studying any subject or discipline
- be Home or International students
- be studying at UAL at any level
- be speakers of any number of languages - everyone is welcome.
For more details or if you are interested in joining us next year, please contact Karen Harris: email@example.com