Monthly Archives: August 2011

MA Project Work: Presence of Absence

My non-linear and semi-autobiographical works examine the processes we use for communicating, manipulating and reading visual messages. In this series of British and Indian imagery, the frame and grid provide a structure that facilitates a dialogue between inside/ outside and a tension between what is known, assumed and thought.

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Presence of Absence – Series 1

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Presence of Absence – Series 2

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MA Digital Arts Show 2011

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Over the past two years I have been working towards an MA in Digital Arts at Camberwell College of Arts, University of the Arts London. The final show will be taking place between 2-8 September 2011.

One of the things that makes the Digital Arts course at Camberwell unique is that it offers both an online and a face to face programme of study. This intensive programme is finally resolved when after months of online interaction, preparation and planning, artists from all over the world travel to Camberwell and install their work on-site.

This year the show features 17 practitioners from a diverse range of backgrounds including; Sculpture, Architecture, Music, Fashion, Illustration, Video, Graphic design, Programming, Hacking and Photography. The body of work on display is informed by a motive to explore and push the boundaries of digital technology and creative practice.

Open to public: Friday 2 September – Thursday 8 September (closed Sunday 4 September)

Private view: Tuesday 6 September 18.00 – 21.00

Opening hours: Monday – Friday: 10.00 – 20.00 / Saturday: 11.00 – 17.00

Camberwell College of Arts, 
University of the Arts London, 
45-65 Peckham Road, 
SE5 8UF

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