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WORK Gallery and guest curator David Evans are pleased to present Critical Dictionary, a group show featuring work by David Bate, Rut Blees Luxemburg, Adam Broomberg and Oliver Chanarin, Simon Cunningham, Paola Di Bello, Tim Edgar, Christian Edwardes, Simon Faithfull, Dave Hazel, Justin Hibbs, Laibach, Ann Lee, Jo Longhurst, Tom Lovelace, Office of Experiments, Richard Paul, Poor Photographer, Chloé Regan, Sophy Rickett, Dominic Shepherd, Penelope Umbrico and Jake Walters.
Critical Dictionary, from the 27th January – 25th February 2012 in WORK Gallery, 10A Acton Street, London, declassifies selected terms and concepts in a playful manner to emphasise the open-ended, provisional and unfinished nature of language. Through this process of unravelling, the exhibition generates dialogues between an eclectic plethora of themes, including Flickr Sunset, Greenwich Meridian, Mycelium, Overt Research, Pencil Test and War Primer. Each of the contributing artists are somehow engaged in a visual game to awaken the gaps that exist between a text and its plurality of meanings, often taking an ?original? artwork or piece of writing as inspiration.
An interactive new exhibition by second year Architecture students from The Arts University Bournemouth that combines structural engineering, acoustics and materials which emphasise the...
The Arts University Bournemouth will be taken over by a flock of frogs, or crickets crawling through open space or a swarm of fireflies passing overhead, as part of Sonic Forest, a sound...
Preeti Sood, a Printmaking Technician Demonstrator at The Arts University Bournemouth is celebrating after her work was selected for exhibition alongside renowned artists Damien Hirst, Sir Peter Blake and Stephen Chambers at 'Bite' a new Printmaking exhibition in London from the 24th August - 3rd September.
Postgraduate students from The Arts University Bournemouth are preparing for their end of year show to be held on campus from the 2nd – 9th September.
The exhibition, entitled ‘Shift’, represents the culmination of a period of individually defined, research and practice from pathways in Fine Art, Costume, Photography, Graphic Design, Illustration, Interactive Media and Contemporary Performance. The individual practices reflect the interdisciplinary nature of postgraduate study at The Arts University Bournemouth and represent for each graduating student, the culmination of a meaningful, transformative and personal journey.
As part of The Arts University Bournemouth's Summer Season, the School of Performance which incorporates the acting, costume and make-up courses, will be showcasing 'Exit Stage Left' an electrifying spectacle of performance and design, at Pavilion Dance in Bournemouth on Thursday 9th and Friday 10th June.
Graduating students from all 20 art, design, media and performance degrees at The Arts University Bournemouth will be displaying their talented work throughout the campus from Thursday 23rd – 30th June as part of the Arts University?s Summer Shows programme.
The Graduate Summer Show highlights the creative talent that has been fostered at the University, and includes award-winning photographs, intricately designed 3D models created for London clients, innovatively designed fashion collections; the latest new media explorations; and vivid displays of fine art. The Private View, on Thursday 23rd June from 6-9pm, provides an opportunity for industry creatives and members of the public to mix with the creative talent of the future upon graduation from the University.
The fiftieth anniversary of the first ever human spaceflight, by Soviet Russian cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin was on 12th April 2011, with staff and students from the Modelmaking course at the Arts University Bournemouth in Bournemouth getting involved with this historic event through a published book and scale model of Yuri's spacecraft, the 'Vostok'.
Following a successful period of Summer Show exhibitions at The Arts University Bournemouth, a number of courses will now be exhibiting their innovative graduate's work across a number of London shows during July, including the Interior Architecture and Design course, who are exhibiting in London for the first time as part of the Interior Educators Group (IEG) at Free Range from 14th - 18th July.
For the ninth year running, second year students from the Fine Art course at The Arts University Bournemouth will be turning Bournemouth's Lower Gardens into works of art as part of a live project encouraging people to explore contemporary visual arts in a public setting.
'Ship of Fools', a new play from Acting students at Arts University Bournemouth is being performed in the aptly named Ocean Room Theatre at Pavilion Dance from the 23rd - 25th March.
From 17th March – 29th April 2011, The Gallery at The Arts University Bournemouth is exhibiting the work of internationally renowned artist Hew Locke in collaboration with ArtSway, the contemporary visual arts venue in the New Forest.
Hew Locke was born in Edinburgh in 1959 before moving to the newly independent Guyana when he was seven and later returning to London in the 1980s. He studied for a BA Fine Art in Falmouth in 1988 and then completed an MA in Sculpture at the Royal College of Art in 1994. He now lives and works in London, exhibiting extensively in the UK and internationally. Most recently he was shortlisted for London?s Fourth Plinth.