Finding Place, an exhibition of the work of 10 research students at the Faculty of Arts at Plymouth University is at the Scott Building of the university.
The exhibition features photography, film, text, time-based media, installation, and performance from 10 artists engaged in research degrees at the university. The artists are Emanuel Bras, Lu La Buzz, Sarah Chapman, Nikki Curtis, Jason Hirons, Kate Isherwood, Karol Kwiatek, Jess Maslen, Kayla Parker, and Laurie Reynolds.
Kayla Parker, whose doctoral research looks at animation and gender, and is the show’s organiser, is showing a new animation called Glass, made with stop-motion micro-photography.
The exhibition also features a 360 degree video panorama, by Karol Kwiatek shot from a motorised wheelchair, who is studying for a doctorate in Media and Photography.
• Finding Place is at the Scott Building, Faculty of Arts, University of Plymouth until Friday, February 26 Open 9am – 5pm, Monday – Friday. Free
(images: photographs of the opening event by Portuguese photographer Emanuel Bras, who is studying for a Masters in Philosophy/PhD in Media and Photography)
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