Masters Show 2017

Art & Humanities

Work on display: Art & Humanities

Catherine Alexander

This piece is an ekphasis piece that originates in poem 373, "This World is not Conclusion", by Emily Dickenson. It...

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Helen Angell-Preece

Standing at the threshold, between outside and inside, an awkward angular architecture defines and invites us...

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Abi Baikie

My travels to Asia inspired my current style, embracing strong colours and striking patterns, imitating the...

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Ricardo Bennett-Guzman

Ricardos work explores different topics within the humanities that can contribute to his practice and enhance the...

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Chloe Briggs

Chloe Briggs’ figural paintings explore ideas of perception and identity. Feminine figures set in vast white...

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Louise Campbell Jarvis

Louise's sculptural work uses a dramatic yet sympathetic approach to conjure up the painful reality of war through...

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Jacinda Chan

It consists of a set of bronze sculptures with frogs, combined with a “stop” sign, symbolizing “Stop! Mr...

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Zsofia Jakab

“The transforming ‘thing’ is [n]either one thing nor another; or maybe both; or neither here nor there; or...

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Jana Jarosova

trying to figure it out whether it means art and even if not it had to be done

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Anina Kopka

Encaustic, watercolour and mixed media works exploring existence and human nature through the rendering and...

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Clara Lang-Ezekiel

African history is the main source of inspiration for Clara’s current work, using portraiture to subvert...

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Astrid Leeson

Charles Baudelaire’s term ‘Flanneurs’ describes the artists, writers and thinkers such as John Ruskin,...

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Ruaridh Lever-Hogg

Each person has their own unique character, commonly they all show their emotions through the colours...

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Gordon MacKenzie

My practice is photography and my research focuses on how people see themselves, and how we as viewers see and form...

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Liam J. McLaughlin

Liam J. McLaughlin is primarily a video installation artist. His work has a number of recurring themes such as...

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Miriam Mallalieu

My art practice explores the idea of ‘making sense’. I am interested in what knowledge is and how things are...

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Jacquellin Mow

This work explores the interaction of people, specifically through body language, facial expressions and gestures....

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Cate Newton

Our minds create models, patterns and blueprints, enabling us to turn concepts into three-dimensional shapes. I...

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Kathryn Oltrogge

My work involves noticing and documenting everyday moments, including social injustice and environmental factors...

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Rishi Srinivasan

Meditate. Expand geographies. Decolonize geometries. Alchemize emotions into creativity, balms to...

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Interested in this course?

Our distinctive course will develop your potential to become a critically informed artist and theorist. You will study Fine Art at DJCAD and Philosophy in the School of Humanities.

Masters Show at University of Dundee