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Best of Degree Show: Melanie Wiksell

Melanie Wiksell finds in death, an imagery that she wants to exploit and explore to its limits. She aims to distort life with surreal and uncanny elements and draws inspiration from the occult, rituals, the sublime, and mythologies. 78 more words

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Art by Ryota Matsumoto: International Art Exhibit

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International Art Exhibit

Ryota Matsumoto

The artworks of Ryota Matsumoto develop and demonstrate the hybrid/multi-layered process, where varying scale, juxtaposition of different forms, intertwined textures/tones, and visual metamorphosis are applied to reflect the spatio-temporal conditions of our ever-evolving urban and ecological environments. 181 more words


Remembering the GSA Mackintosh Library

It’s truly devastating when such a glorious building goes up in flames only to be reduced to ashes – not to mention the prized possessions on its interior also. 166 more words


Best of Degree Show: Rosanna Lee

Rosanna Lee arranges and manipulates objects in order to create abstract sculptural compositions that draw attention to the detail and formal qualities of the materials and their dialogue with the architectural features of the site. 101 more words


Best of Degree Show: Euphrosyne Andrews

The power of form standing alone as an artwork is and idea key to Euphrosyne Andrews’ practice. Her work is concerned with the history of ornament, it’s circulation in relation to the multiple and the domestic connotations of ornamentation resulting from the materials that are commonly associated with it. 99 more words