A Foundation student from Arts University Bournemouth has exhibited work at this year’s Origins Creative Arts Festival at The Old Truman Brewery in London.

Nick Denisov, who studied the Film & Animation Foundation pathway at AUB, exhibited his music video Deep Water at the annual three-day exhibition, which celebrates the work and achievements of students completing UAL Awarding Body qualifications.

The festival is open to students across Levels 1-4, with the work on display ranging from drawing, sculpture, video and fashion. This year’s exhibition received over 350 submissions, with UAL curators deciding which works made it in to the final exhibition.

Speaking of his work, Nick said: “I am exhibiting a music video, Deep Water, that I’ve directed and written a script for. This music video started as my final project in a Foundation year at AUB.

“It slowly evolved into something a lot bigger. This happened mainly because I was lucky to collaborate with a Swedish musician based in London, Malin Andersson, and also that I got a chance to work with some of the best film students at the university. Overall, we had 23 people from Foundation and BA courses involved in this project. “

The music video itself, is a story about an old man who comes to his old house to recall his memories and remember some of the happiest moments of his childhood life.

“I strongly believe that memories are the key to our present; they influence our choices and form our personalities. It is important for a person to remain friends with the past and learn from it or get some relief. It’s impossible to relive the past life once again, but it is possible to keep it in your memory.