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Fulfilment Exhibition

Fulfilment explores the bombarding world of advertising and its influence on consumerism, posing the question: can society ever reach true fulfilment? The exciting pop art and photography on display is thoughtful and humorous, often deliberately using advertisement conventions as a way of scrutinising and reflecting on consumer culture. The exhibition sheds light on the effectsContinue reading “Fulfilment Exhibition”

Never before shown: Sammi- Joe Bridges brings to light why netball is a misunderstood sport.

At first, we witness uniform netball players in defensive and attacking positions in front of a looming black background. The scene is one of a battlefield, as the team hold strong stances and perform aggressive positions as a unit in her new project Grace in a Different Place. However, the delicate lighting and captured movementsContinue reading “Never before shown: Sammi- Joe Bridges brings to light why netball is a misunderstood sport.”

The Power of Soft Sculpture: Jann Haworth represents the overlooked women of the art world in the 1960s.

Raised surrounded by the film industry in Hollywood, Jann Haworth moved to London during the Swinging Sixties and embodied a feminist stance. Now, Haworth represents the overlooked women in the art world. She is most famous for her contribution to The Beatles’ Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band album cover, but was hugely overlooked withContinue reading “The Power of Soft Sculpture: Jann Haworth represents the overlooked women of the art world in the 1960s.”


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