MA students from the Bradford School of Art and Media | 05 - 27 March 2011
The gallery becomes a project space for work in progress by the next generation of critically engaged artists.MA students of Bradford School of Art and Media, in collaboration with South Square Gallery, pause to take stock of their work in progress. Demonstrating the rich diversity of their cultural sources and imaginative interpretation of ideas on display is experimental video, collaborative painting, digital print, textile and sculptural ceramics.
In the setting of a vibrant city that has a creative historic link to the textile trade, and is now home to the National Media Museum. The students develop their artistic work in the knowledge that they follow in the footsteps of internationally recognised alumni of over 175 years, including the influential artists, David Hockney and Andy Goldsworthy. The journey these students are now undertaking breaks new ground as they continually question the means and the concepts of contemporary artistic interpretation.
This exhibition provides a practical and exciting opportunity for the students to carry out the ethos within the MA Visual Arts course at the Bradford School of Art and Media. Students are encouraged to develop a professional and analytical approach to the movements within visual arts, whilst signifying their own independence in relation to their creative experimentation.
South Square, Thornton, Bradford, BD13 3LD
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