There is always a great sense of anticipation at the beginning of the Low Residency times. First and second year students join together, mixing online from across the world join with all the students based in London what could possibly go wrong!
Before we had even started I realised that the White Building in East London had moved their planned showcase and panel discussion on ‘self versioning’ in art to the end of March so the afternoon and evening plans for day 1 had to be changed.
We started with an opportunity for some students to present their work, all of which produced some lively and useful discussion.
Our hastily rearranged afternoon started with a visit to the South London Gallery to see their latest exhibition by Isabelle Cornaro. We then planned to visit Beaconsfield Gallery only to realise on the bus travelling there that it was closed! So we stayed on the bus to visit Tate Britain to explore part of their ‘walk through British art’ taking in a election of work from the 1940s to 1990s. Rounded off with a drink and fascinating discussions in a local pub. Hopefully no more sudden date changes or closures!
Occasional pictures from the MA Fine Art Digital studio at Camberwell College of Arts showing work in progress
Green screen experiments in a corridor (installed after the people in the offices beyond the screen had left for the day!)
More pictures from the MA Fine Art Digital studio at Camberwell College of Arts.
Art that engages with a digital environment can create strange combinations. Here mixing the intoxicating smell of oil paint alongside someone else experimenting with a projector suspended high towards the ceiling.