22 May 2024 – 25 May 2024

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10:00 – 16:00
10:00 – 16:00
10:00 – 16:00

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Grays Wharf

Cornwall, United Kingdom


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  • 69, 69A, 42, U1, U2
  • Nearest station Penryn
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This year’s BA Applied Media work has been produced in the shadow of AI’s rise and its threat to creative practice from text to image/moving image to replacing voice-over artists, script-writers and musicians. While software companies have been quick to add AI capabilities to their programmes, creatives are endeavouring to find the balance between authentic analogue production and the hyper-real world of these new technologies.

The students’ work has been made in the context of this new landscape; from Ben Clarke Grose’s nostalgic throwback to the pre-internet world of 90s table top games, Liz Jenkin’s use of infra-red technology to capture representations of loss, Gordon Cookson’s straight observations of the natural world hidden beneath our feet to Claudius Cooper’s introspective look at his own life and the influences that have affected his personal and creative growth, from real life to the digital realm.

The work on show at this year’s exhibition demonstrates the range of creativity and media skills the students have gained through the three years of their studies at Truro and Penwith College. They have developed concepts and ideas that will be key for creative businesses throughout Cornwall or to develop their own work as creative media practitioners, adding to the rich cultural life of Cornwall and beyond.

Find out more about the course here


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