Last month, three third-year students from BA (Hons) Fine Art were selected to take part in an online video exhibition called Camouflage in Milan. This year’s theme was Public Space and Relational Attitudes.

Organised by Fine Art Course Leader, Richard Waring, Camouflage is a collaborative project set up in Vegapunk, Milan between Ex-voto, Visualcontainer Videoart Platform, Spazio Tilde and Viafarini-in-residence. The project is curated and run by artists: Marisol Malatesta, Simona Da Pozzo and Alessandra Arnò, and is commissioned by Non Riservato and Arts University Bournemouth.

BA (Hons) Fine Art Course Leader, Richard Waring explained: “The Fine Art staff team are always looking for new international exhibition opportunities, to engage students in exciting off campus learning. We find that these then open up new enterprising ideas to both the students and tutors, creating new networks and dialogues with public spaces and artists, this is extremely helpful for post university working life.”