Studio 5
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Photo studio 5 considered image making through a critical lens that set out to challenge the binary distinction between photographic works that are considered staged and those works that are considered unstaged. The studio reflected on notions of the authentic, the indexical and the document. Students considered how these perceived representations of the real interact with other ideas and concepts they were introduced to, such as the dialogic, performative and relational producers of meaning within the medium, as well as the roles of memory and perception in the interpretation of images.

Third Year

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Alessandro La Rocca, I Don’t Mind Jesus nativity

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Robyn Phillips, Interloper, 2020

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Lukasz Markowski, Surveil, 2020

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Whelan Courtney, Art Thou a Witch Canewdon

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Andras Andor Jambor, Is this the future of the Pubs? 2020

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Kimberly Lamport, The Disappearing Sunsets

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Sintia Stutina, Mind The Gap, 2020

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The Photography Show 2020 features the work of fourteen graduating students from the Photography courses at the University’s School of Art, Architecture and Design.

Exhibition Catalogue 2020

Second Year

Chuck Chackarov, All You Need Is Less

Rachel Demmen, A Growing Problem

Giovanni Farina, Hidden Nature

Helena Adell Garcia-Ayats, Dreams to Reality

Shay Adelowo, Pretty little thing

Aaron Galway, The Life of London

Egle Griniute, Creative Crisis

Peer conversations in Zoom

Aaron Galway (Yr2) discussing Sintija Stutina's (Yr3) work

Egle Griniute (Yr2) discussing Lukasz Markowski's (Yr3) work

People