Friday 1 June - Monday 4 June, 11.00am – 5.00pm
Venue: Boiler House, The Old Truman Brewery, 91 Brick Lane, London E1 6QL
Contact: For more information call 020 7919 7777 or email [email protected]
Think animalistic furniture, ‘domesticated dirt’, plates made from human hair and you won’t be far off! Forever testing creative boundaries, Goldsmiths BA Design students are preparing to exhibit their work at the Truman Brewery, as part of the Free Range season of graduate degree shows.
A truly multi-disciplinary show featuring furniture, graphics, installation, animation and film, the exhibition will also be launched for the first time in the internet world of Second Life (www.secondlife.com), enabling attendance from anywhere in the world from Friday 18 May.
Central to the unique approach of Goldsmiths is the process by which students design. Each student critically investigates a chosen context or idea and utilising in-depth analysis and understandings of the social, ethical and cultural framing, they apply design to create often unique and innovative outcomes.
Year on year, Goldsmiths design graduates gain positions at prestigious organisations, and make their mark as freelancers. Last year Nadine Jarvis and James Cuddy won the Design and Graphics categories at Free Range, whilst Jayne Potter was awarded the New Designers Metropolitan Works Award for her Eat Me Drink Me project, investigating how the future of biotechnology will affect everyday objects.
Further information about all the degree shows at Goldsmiths this summer can be found at: www.goldsmiths.ac.uk/degree-shows/
Official Website: http://www.goldsmiths.ac.uk/degree-shows/
Added by goldsmiths on May 29, 2007