ROUND THE CORNER24. Jun - 26. Jun 14 / ended 5th Base Gallery
25th June: 11am - 6pm; 26th June: 12noon - 4pm
16 students @ LCC BA (Hons) Photography
Agne Rita Kucinskaite is Lithuanian currently studying at London College of Communication. Her work often deals with the themes of communication, a person's state of mind and personal experiences.
Andrea Haugerud Hovik is currently a student at the London College of Communication studying BA (Hons) Photography. Her work deals with human relations, which is documented through self-portraiture and nudes.
Anne Erhard is a German photographer currently studying at London College of Communication. Drawing together the close and the distant, her practice is centered on the boundaries between physical and psychological spaces and the meandering process of charting them.
David Dawson is a student currently on the BA (Hons) Photography Degree at the London College of Communication. His work focuses on questioning and challenging the status quo, through social observation, psychology and philosophy.
Elliott Lowe is a BA (Hons) Photography student at the London College of Communication. He is interested the innate human desire to create narrative through often very fragmented modes of seeing, together with photography’s powerful and inherent ability to signify. His images repeatedly display disjoint characteristics that are held together by an underlying theme of the pseudo-narrative.
Giulia Parlato is an Italian photographer, currently attending the BA (Hons) Photography degree at the London College of Communication. Her work is based mainly on the exploration of the human figure through staged sceneries.
Gregor Schwarzacher was born and raised in Vienna, Austria. He is currently on the Ba (Hons) Photography degree at the London College Of Communication. His work predominately focuses on the relationship between violence and the subconscious, but also socio-economic issues are approached.
James Wilde is a London based photographer currently on the BA (Hons) Photography degree at the London College of Communication. His work consistently challenges the general view of everyday life, delving into his own personal history as well as those close to him, to subsequently expose something of the unknown.
Jose Cuevas is a London based Mexican photographer currently on the BA (Hons) Photography degree at the London College of Communication. His work deals with perceptions of reality and memory as well as the relationship between the social and the natural.
Joseph Reddy is a fine art photographer studying his BA at the London College of Communication. His work accumulated two prizes at the National Open Art competition 2013 where it was also exhibited at a number of galleries including the Royal College of Art. His work attempts to reflect the common world issues brought on by the modern technological era.
Katrin Olafsdottir is a student currently on the BA (hons) Photography degree in London College of Communication. Her work explores the boundaries between fashion and fine art, and how those two genres can be merged together. Her images often show the peculiar and awkward side of fashion photography.
Magda Domeracka is a Poland-born student on the BA (Hons) Photography degree at London College of Communication. She is currently involved in working with photography and sculpture, both as separate means of expression and ways they relate to one another.
Ollie Cartlidge is a London based photographer currently studying at London College of Communication. Themes prevalent in his work include include modernity, journey and the deconstruction of medium. He often uses discreet observations from daily life to critique human nature.
Penny Coutts is a student at London College of Communication studying BA (Hons) Photography. As well as using photography, she is also interested in graphics and illustration. She has recently made work using photo collages to widen her control on photographic composition and explore elements of surrealism. She uses her work to manipulator the viewer, whether it is unsettling them or making them question something.
Prexa Shrestha is a current BA (Hons) Photography student at the London College of Communication. Intrigued by the transience of dreams, she produces work that attempts to identify with the ephemerality of the moment between wakefulness and dream states.
Theodore Plytas is a student currently on the BA (Hons) Photography degree at the London College of Communication. His work explores the boundaires of technology and nature within the context of our modern cities, questioning the constant juxtaposition of these two elements.
Wed 25th 11am - 6pm
Thurs 26th 12 noon - 4pm
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