Annie-Marie Akussah

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Wimbledon College of Arts Some recurrent subjects within my work are identity, belonging and the authenticity of identification documents within inter-African migration. My works hold colours that resemble places expatriates may have occupied, such as Indian red; present in council estate buildings. Society’s paradigm of expatriates is often from the Middle East and Africa yet...

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Phil Alcock

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Central Saint Martins My ideas stem from media reports of social or political issues which strike me as unjust as well as the interplay between truth and fiction. I explore the politics of representation and depiction within the media. “Serving Your Country” references the brutal and dehumanising treatment of disabled people by the state benefits...

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Christina Andrews

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Wimbledon College of Arts I aim to aesthetically capture the theory of the sublime, which we perceive to be powerful, limitless and beyond us. I do this by harnessing a materials natural process to create an entropic formation of composition and pattern, something beyond my control. By using heat, I aid the chemical reaction between...

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Alys Bagilhole

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Camberwell College of Arts I grew up with a multicultural background, my mother is from Shanghai and my father is from London. Naturally I am greatly influenced by both Eastern and Western culture. The work revolves around the concept of objectification as medicine for consumption. It is a metaphor that reflects the nature of medicine...

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