Degree Show 2018

Fine Art

Work on display: Fine Art

Reece Arshad

The work I produce as an artist is inspired by what I see around me every day. It takes a lot of influence and...

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Sobia Ashraf

Being born and raised as a British Pakistani, my parent's Pakistani culture played a huge role in my upbringing....

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Elen Averis

My paintings explore the consequences of the human lifestyle and the unexplored potential of our species. Studying...

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Marnie Barker

My practice reflects on an on-going interest concerning my local biodiversity, which is the variety of life found...

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Robyn Bennett

In order for something to be returnable it must have the ability to be renewed. To come or go back to the same...

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Callan Biddie

Lasciviously Queer, an exploration of my own sexuality, investigates and appropriates the work of gay and queer...

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Beth Brawley

Collage has been used for centuries, it is described as an assemblage of different forms, that creates a whole. The...

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Camassia Bruce

Camassia considers maps to be artistic forms. This broad theory helps to scope her work, placing it in unusual...

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Chloe Cameron

The predominant theme of my practice is ‘making the ordinary extraordinary’. Mundane references are integrated...

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Sarah Cannon

I like to consider the possibilities of experimentation and play. Working primarily with drawing, sculpture and...

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Mhairi Cormack

My practice explores the theme of resurrection, regrowth and rebirth. Drawing upon my experience of growing up...

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Lorna Coyne

I am inspired by community events, coincidences, acts of kindness and social movements towards positive change. The...

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Nicole Cumming

I work with film, photography, sculpture and bookmaking to investigate the notion of flux and motion within lives...

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Elizabeth Ann Day

My practice has been primarily led by intense research into collecting, and its relationship therefore to mass...

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Michael J. Doherty

My work meditates on the value of painted imagery and the contemporary environment in which it exists. In a sense,...

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Nicola Donaldson

Looking closely at my surrounding environments allowed me to create works which depict my visual experiences in the...

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Melina Doumy

I work impulsively, my ideas flow from personal experiences. An important part of my practice is transcending and...

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Shauna Doyle

My work explores human relationships with the land, how we interact with nature and use it as a mechanism to find...

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James Fallan

Following current events and political discourse, my artwork aims to critique social and political issues,...

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Emma Claire Fallon

By combining complex psychological themes based upon humankind’s innate ability to read and understand body...

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Holly Ferguson

Heavily influenced by spirituality, I have incorporated and re-imagined myth and folklore to create characters...

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Emily Foley

Using strong linear elements I simplify 2D structures creating bold graphic imagery that introduces a minimalistic...

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Hannah Gill

My creative practice has been influenced by highly concentrated research into the ever-growing epidemic of sexual...

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Ryan Gill

My work looks at modern symbology & the archetypal stories relating to human narrative. My images are not based...

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Megan Goldie

Using a combination of my own social media archives and digital videos, I create new works that challenge the way...

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Laura Gray

Recently my work has been concerned with the relationship between artistic practice, paid labour and a demand that...

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Jo Hanning

Repeat after me
Easels act as tools of support to their artists and have great human presence. Within the art...

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Lisa Healy

There is no denying that art can be a means of emotional expression, but how about using art as a method of...

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Lucy Hendry

Producing through a strict manufacturing process my ears blur the line between abstraction and realism. My strive...

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Martha Howden

Absence has presence - often the power of the unseen is greater than the power of the seen.

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li huang

Artist Paint Artist The theme for my degree show is the situation of artists. I am an oil painter specialising in...

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Robyn Ivatt

Non-places play a relevant role in our everyday lives yet they are environments that are continuously overlooked,...

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Megan June

A sanctuary is the refuge or safety from pursuit, persecution, or other danger. A place to be cared for when...

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Jade Kerr

Motivated by an interest in familiarity and ambiguity, exploring the space between the known and the unknown is...

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Elliot Killick

My practice focuses on portraiture. I try to convey the ephemeral nature of the subject, and thus the fleetingness...

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Russell Macaulay

Abstract art is a tradition that dates back at least 5,000 years in Scotland. Evidence for this can be found in cup...

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Holly Macphail

My practice revolves around the concept of movement and energy. This stems from a love of extreme sports especially...

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Daisy McConville

By distilling elements in my portraits I highlight aspects that reveal sparse essences of intimacy and intensity in...

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Rachel McCreadie

I am a multidisciplinary artist predominately working in sculpture. I aim to challenge society’s treatment of the...

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Michelle McLaren

Regardless of how much we may try to concentrate, outside forces will always have influence on our lives and the...

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David McLeish

Greetings from the Costa del Prole! For me, art should be accessible, engaging to all; everyone is an artist even...

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FK McLoone

The contemporary shopping centre, while sleek, bright and unremarkably modern, is constructed with a sense of...

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Heather McNab

My work investigates the dynamics of the diverse and rugged terrain of the Scottish Highlands, including the...

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Annie Mather

My practice seeks to explore the very essence of spontaneous creation. To be truly free to improvise, the mind must...

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Annika Neilson

A haptic quality without invitation nor guidance on how to… Humour is the ring-leader. Although the artist...

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Ciara Neufeldt

Somaesthetics is a theory that proves the body is capable of understanding both cognitively and equally, through...

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Zen O'Conor

Anthropomorphism is the inspiration for my work; the attribution of emotion, intention, and personality to...

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Daniel O'Dempsey

O’Dempsey’s work cannot be pinned down to any specific avenue. He works with a multitude of mediums that allow...

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Lara Orman

My practice explores the dark, fragile and powerful northern landscape. In the depths of nature I confront a...

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Katie Parkin

Through my practice I ask the viewer to question what is the nature of nature? As society becomes more aware of its...

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Kirsty Paterson

Travel is both real and imagined. Through photographic imagery we have pre-conceived impressions of destinations...

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Kristina Pelehacs

My inspiration for this project comes from historical art memes. These are images of classical paintings that have...

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Ruaridh Phillips

My pieces happen as they happen, like a river. Their final form is never predetermined, as I enjoy making as an act...

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Ewa Piotrowska

In her third month of pregnancy she douched daily for a week. A solution of soapsuds was used because it can...

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Bethan Radcliffe

Working symbiotically with drawing and sculpture, my work stems from exploration into the formation of space....

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Kirsty Reid

Kirsty Reid’s practice considers process and materiality through the exploration of water based paints and the...

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Lindsey Reid

I’m driven by my passion for Ecofeminism, Scottish Prehistory and Environmentalism. Ecofeminism believes in...

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Stevie Anne Reid

My work for Degree Show is based on "Celebrity" and how many people achieve fame through social media and...

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Annie Ross

Microscopic patterns and fractals in nature have been the main inspiration in my practice. I have created an...

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Tina Scopa

Working primarily with spontaneously generating plants, or 'weeds' and the soil they grow in I have coined the term...

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Senyn

Senyn’s work consists primarily of replica firearms subverted to alter one’s understanding of the originals....

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Steven Sheath

The current subject matter of my work is an epidemic that bees and wasps are currently facing due to human impact....

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Nina Stanger

I am an AV artist informed by themes of mysticism and sexuality that delve specifically into outsider culture and...

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Laura Stubbings

Inducing a meditative state, my installation aims to create inner peace by subduing the ego, if even just for a...

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Gregor Thomson

Recently my practice has revolved around the production of monochromatic, mixed media drawings which include a...

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Amy Tong

Growing up immersed in cartoon and Asian pop culture and their portrayals of the female spirit, has left a lasting...

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Johanna Tonner

Through spontaneity and play my practice centres around the anxiety and pressure which comes with being a woman in...

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Glenn Tommy Torkildsen

The body of work is based around the concept of hell. Hell is a perfect metaphor to describe feelings or subjects...

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Daniel Twist

I play with images and with the meanings they inherently bring with them. This way of working normally grows into...

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Agata Urbanska

We take selfies of ourselves to belong, self-approve, document and to fulfil our narcissistic needs. This project...

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Angela Van Geete

Through the wider exploration of performance and movement, my current practice has focussed on creating immersive...

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Sara Varady

I am gazing at my reflection in the mirror. I am leaning closer and closer to the mirror while I look into my own...

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Caitlyn Vesey

My work has been focused around my relationship with my late grandfather, my memories of him, and his relationship...

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Isla Valentine Wade

I meddle within the poetics of incompleteness: splicing together letters and colour to form an abstract painting...

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Jemma Ward

Touch is a fundamental human experience, it is linked to our earliest memories. To gain an in depth understanding...

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Zoe Webster

According to ancient Highland folklore, everything in nature has a persona. Spirits of the dead take up new life in...

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Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design and Architecture Degree Show at University of Dundee

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