Discursivity

Discursivity

Camberwell, Chelsea and Wimbledon PhD students have come together for a collective exhibition of their ongoing practice work: ‘Discursivity’ is a two-part exhibition over two sites involving a day of discussion around the exhibition work.

This exhibition of works aims to showcase the visibility of the innovative and exploratory research within practice-based PhD candidates. Together we hope to provide shared insights about what is proposed within postgraduate art education and the increasing rise of research contexts available today.

March 2020

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Exhibition view
Ana Teles’ attempts at copies of OGVDS-GW-SB#6 by Andrew Bick
Attempt at Copy IV
Gavin Edmonds, Listening for echoes: Afterwardsness as model for artistic practice
Sally Hilal, The site-specific installation during the transitional phase of reconstruction: A Syria context
Remi Rana Allen, The construction of the British – Indian Identity and the role of the Mother as influencer.
Adrienne Bennie, In The Margins