Masters Show 2018

Art & Humanities

Work on display: Art & Humanities

Margaret Anderson

My work presents an impression of ‘being’ and ‘space’ as it relates to us and other animals through an...

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Katie Carlisle

My work engages with theories of gender and identity, focusing upon capturing facial expressions and body language...

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Lucia Gomez

With my work I seek to challenge the viewer to reflect on the aesthetic pleasure often experienced through the...

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Marissa Cook

A written word is a mark, an image, a codified line of expression. It is a visual symbol referring always to an...

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Amy Crawford

My work explores aspects of the human condition, playing predominantly with light, sound, and positive/negative...

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Erin Crossan

My practice centres on the Western representation of children, established from the Post-Romantic period to present...

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Joanne Hall

Through investigations into the act of looking, as well as the ever shifting nature of our perceptions, I have been...

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Lee Haxton

Inspired by George Orwell’s novel 1984, ‘Don’t feed the Proles!’ is a suite of interdisciplinary,...

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Lujain Jamal

Years of our lives are passing, taking different forms... Full of memories. Some are fading away, Some I can’t...

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Serena Manganini

I am not my body but my body is me. The impetus behind my work is to represent the often painful gap between...

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Paola McClure

My work is concerned with precariousness and solidity, with objects that stand on the tip of the tilt, with bodies...

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Leena Nammari

Being a Palestinian is an overwhelming state of being. It feeds and starves, angers and delights, conceals and...

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Jenny Rayner

My work has developed out of my fascination with the natural world and humanity’s relationship with and within...

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Louise Ritchie

I am engaged in playful material improvisation and inventive processes that explore the formal and philosophical...

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Sarah Smart

"One is not born, but rather becomes, a woman." Simone De Beauvoir, The Second Sex. Sarah Smart is a...

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Amanda Solter

'Embrace the chaos' is more than just a trendy saying, it's a way of life and an acceptance of a crucial...

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Aimee Grace Stewart

"Three blind mice. Three blind mice. See how they run. See how they run. They all ran after the farmer’s wife, ...

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Lena Phalen

The work I am presenting for the MFA show mainly consists of paintings and sculptures depicting ambiguous figures,...

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Alison Philp

By placing myself beside the mountains, and other remote locations, space and time allow an encounter with...

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Sarah Popplewell

Contours: Topographies of Joy is a body of work about seeking the abundant joy found in the mindfulness of walking...

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Susanna Waerther

Inspired by natural shapes and textures as well as personal experiences, Susanna’s work turns fragmented objects...

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Gavin Wood

'Labyrinth' is a graphite labyrinthine composition composed of 30 separate pieces of birchwood. Each piece is...

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Doaa Yule

A Frame’s definition is that it is “a rigid structure that surrounds something.” That rigid structure...

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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

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