Masters Show 2018

Forensic Art & Facial Identification

Work on display: Forensic Art & Facial Identification

Desirée Davis

My research investigated the recognisability of facial composite images produced on three separate systems: EvoFIT,...

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Alexandra Gutowski

THE FACE OF THE GUANCHE: THE ABORIGINAL INHABITANTS OF THE CANARY ISLANDS. Reconstruction of Guanche Individual...

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Charli Hardcastle-Foster

My work involves the facial reconstruction of a Neanderthal adolescent skull found in France at an archaeological...

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Yiannis Koromias

Homo Sapiens known today as 'modern humans' are not the only human species that have walked on the face of the...

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Melissa Kraidman

The aim of my research is to test whether a digital method can be more efficient than a traditional one when...

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Lynn Morrison

The exhibition piece is a life-size model of 'Bowed Joseph', a cobbler who lived in 18th century Edinburgh. Despite...

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Karina Osswald

Before Spanish was spoken on the isles of the Canaries, a small archipelago approximately 100 miles from the coast...

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Claudia Pitcher

Over the majority of the last 400,000 years, Neanderthals lived and thrived on the same areas of land that we walk...

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Beth Robertson

This research project involves creating composites (a graphical representation of an eyewitness' memory of a face)...

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Sarah Sipe

A cranium presenting with hydrocephalus was located at the Anatomical Museum at the University of Edinburgh and a...

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Forensic Art is the presentation of visual information in relation to legal procedures. Forensic artists aid in the identification or location of victims of crime, missing persons or human remains.

Masters Show at University of Dundee

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