Duke of York plays the parrots!

MA Fine Art Digital student Xavi Sole was showing his installation ‘The Gift of the Gab’ as part of the 1st year students’ interim show at Camberwell College of Arts (pics and some video here, turn up the volume!)

As soon as the show was finished he took the work to be installed at the opening of Fish Island Labs with the Duke of York and John Tomlinson, Chair of the Barbican Centre.

Royal seal of approval?!?

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Summer Show pictures

Pictures from the MA Final Show, a video is being edited and will uploaded very soon.
Read more about their work on the 2014 show website

The 1st year students had an interim exhibition at the same time:

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Summer Show

15 Jul – 23 Jul 2014


Camberwell College of Arts Summer Show 2014
Postgraduate Summer Show featuring work by graduating students from across the MA Visual Arts programme:
MA  Book Arts
MA Designer Maker
MA Fine Art Digital
MA Illustration
MA PrintmakingPrivate View: Tuesday 15 July 6pm – 9pmOpen to general public:

Wednesday 16 July – 10am – 8pm
Thursday 17 July – 10am – 8pm
Friday 18 July – 10am – 8pm
Saturday 19 July – 11am – 5pm
Sunday 20 July  – closed
Monday 21 July – 10am – 8pm
Tuesday 22 July – 10am – 8pm
Wednesday 23 July – 10am – 8pm

Maps to find Camberwell College of Arts: www.fineartdigital.org/links/maps/

Portfolio of students’ work www.fineartdigital.org/2014show/

Ben James selected for Future Map exhibition

Future Map is a selection of the best graduating students from across all 6 colleges of the University of the Arts London. MA Fine Art Digital graduate Ben James has been selected and his 16mm film ‘CC Utrillo’ will be in the exhibition at Space 20 March to 6 April 2014.

Read more about Future Map here and more about Ben’s work here and here.


4 graduates selected

4 MA Fine Art Digital graduates have been selected for the SITE exhibition.

Wendy Anderson, Director of International Development for Camberwell, Chelsea and Wimbledon Colleges of Arts selected a diverse range of work from graduating students at all 3 colleges following the Graduate School 4 themes of social engagement, identities, technologies and environment.

The 4 graduates are Ben JamesKatrine GranholmKiers McFarlaneYibao Gao

Exhibition open 10am – 4pm, weekdays from 10 – 17 December 2013.

Ben James

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Katrine Granholm

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Kiers McFarlane

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Yibao Gao

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‘Relationship’ installation in Shanghai

Graduate Ann Zeng’s interactive installation ‘Relationship’ has been installed in the Power Station of Art a huge gallery in Shanghai, China. The show is open from 30 November 2013 to 30 March 2014.

Shanghai’s ‘Power Station of Art’

Ann’s interactive art installation uses a series of meal scenarios as metaphors for relationships. The piece is interactive with the projected woman asking the audience to ‘please sit down’. Once someone sits down a virtual meal is projected onto a real plate and a series of dialogues are played out, from the minimal conversation over breakfast, through a gossip filled pizza lunch to an intimate evening meal. As soon as someone gets up from the seat the projected woman starts to cry and with increasing desperation says ‘please don’t leave’.

Ann Zeng – ‘Relationship’ installation from Jonathan Kearney on Vimeo.

Process in Exile exhibition

MA Fine Art Digital graduate Sneja Dobrosavljevic has been selected for a group exhibition ‘Process in Exile’.

You can read Sneja’s blog outlining the detailed research process behind her work called #joinmein50years ‘a fake senior home set in the virtual world of Second Life’.

Chapter 4 6Mbps from Sneja_D on Vimeo.

Other videos from Sneja’s work: http://vimeo.com/sneja/videos

Process in Exile

Presented by Made in Arts London
10 – 20th October 2013
29-31 Oxford Street, London W1D 2DR

‘Process in exile’, presented by Made in Arts London (MiAL), brought together a curated collection of art and design from students and recent graduates of University of the Arts London for an exhibition in the commercial heart of London’s Oxford Street this October.

‘Process in exile’ was curated by UAL Central Saint Martins graduate Rose Pickles and supervised by Independent curator, writer and facilitator Francesca Cavallo.

Works from the exhibition are available to buy on here

Aliki Kylika, Alexandra Wheeler, Beth Lewis-Williams, Bronwen Campbell-Golding, Chloe Greenfield, Conall McAteer, Daniel Challis, Ekta Aggarwal,Esther Ellard, Fanny Santini, Haylea Rush, Hyungjoeng Lim, Liana Bartolzzo, Marlene Huissoud, Mel Cole, Michael George Maris, Robbie Porter, Sharon McElroy, Silje Lovise Gjertsen, Sneja Dobrosavljevic, Song Hui, Tan Tan


MiAL was proud to partner with the following on the occasion of ‘Process in exile’

Drinks generously provided by our partners at BrewDog