MA Fine Art Degree Show 2013

28 Jun 2013 – 8 Jul 2013

Event times

Private View 28th 5.30 - 9PM. Open Every Day 10 - 5PM Except Sunday 10 - 4PM

Cost of entry

Free Admission

Travel Information

  • https://www.brighton.ac.uk/about-us/contact-us/maps/brighton-maps/grand-parade-campus.aspx
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  • Short walk from Brighton Station

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The Faculty of Arts is ranked in the Top 10 UK schools for Art and Design by The Guardian. The course has this year drawn established young artists from Cyprus, Iran, Korea, Malta, and Thailand, and also includes representatives from throughout the UK. Come and see Tom Carder's print-making piano performances, Holly Mulveen's minimalist ‘Kitchen Sink' paintings, and Adam Byford's alternative tour of the Universe (if you can find it). Graphic designer Kyehyoung Jun works beyond the confines of her profession to create super-flat candy coloured paintings that critique the commodification of human organs, and the sedation of masses of people by multi-national pharmaceutical industries. Nurtane Karagil's childlike grotesques 'criticise human generated inequalities, patriarchal administrations, environmental settings that are ridiculously alien to humanity, meaningless and ineffective investigations, unnecessary embargoes and limitations, and illogical, self-centered power politics.' Scheduled spectacles and performances include Umberto Buttigieg's hourly ritualistic ceremonies that explore the inevitability of human sin, and Lorah Pierre's Experimental Sounding Board, a series of live collaborative improvisations using technology to make and record sounds through drawing. At the Private View, there will be a reading, by music critic David Stubbs, of Alex Birkmyre's adaptation of philosopher Thomas Nagel's seminal article'What is it like to be a bat?' - 'What is it like to be Cliff Richard?' The Show is curated by Amy Cunningham and Sean Dower, both experienced multidisciplinary artists who have exhibited and performed internationally. The MA Fine Art Degree Show will be located in the ground floor exhibition space at 58 - 67 Grand Parade. The MA Interim Show of part-time students' work will be taking place simultaneously in the studios on the second floor. A total of thirty artists will be showing in the exhibition.


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